This a ridiculous, if not abusive, use of law enforcement resources.
The students involved should be ashamed of themselves, and the students who knew better shouldn’t hesitate to shame them, but that’s as far as it should go.
It is not the job of the government to pay for someone else’s mistake.
Perhaps she should stop focusing so much of her attention on attempts to make others feel sorry for her.
Our law enforcement is tasked with protecting us from harm -- not with creating it by levying penalties for “offenses” that present no real risk to anyone.
Zero Tolerance: School District Calls Cops on Six-Year-Old with Down Syndrome over Finger-Gun Gesture
It’s important for schools to keep their students safe, but it’s also clear that these kinds of zero tolerance policies tend to do more harm than good.
The potential for infringement upon individual liberty and free markets is self-explanatory.
They make it difficult for people to believe that any of their future opposition to Trump is rooted in research, principle, or legitimate consideration.