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Courageous Pennsylvania School Officials Nab 5-Year Old Terrorist

Mr Difar Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 10:05 AM
I strongly believe that the conduct of these people is criminal in nature. That they accused a child of a crime. That they questioned the accused without counsel or parents. That they falsely accused the child and summarily convicted her and made it a public record. That they deliberately and with great malice caused the child great mental anguish. That they deliberately and with malice caused the family to loose work and peace of mind, and destroyed the confidence of the parents in the school system, and caused a financial burden entailed in the defense of the child. They assaulted the child in person and reputation. Prosecute and jail them. Prison time for thugs!

It appears that my contest between the United States and United Kingdom for the most inane government policy how has to be augmented by a new contest between Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Just yesterday, I mocked Maryland officials for suspending two little boys for the horrific crime of playing cops and robbers (and noted that this is not the first time such stupidity has been displayed by Maryland school officials).

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