"I've never read anything like this," parent William Baer said of a book issued to his daughter in a New Hampshire school as required reading, "it's like the transcript for a triple-x-rated movie." Baer spoke out against "Nineteen Minutes" during a school board meeting. He was arrested for disorderly content after breaking the 'two-minute rule.' If convicted, he could be charged more than $1,000.
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