Here we go again, folks, a bunch of school officials that have leaped far beyond the boundaries of legality.

The sixth grade son of Bruce Henkelman was on the school bus heading home and talking to his friends.  The topic was Sandy Hook Elementary School and their own safety.  Henkelman’s son told the other kids that he wished he had a gun so that he could make sure they were all safe.  The bus driver overheard what he said and since he used the “G” word – GUN – the bus driver took the lad back to the school where he was grilled by the principal and a sheriff’s deputy.

Darrel Prioleau, principal of Northern Middle School in Owings, Maryland determined that the boy’s use of the “G” word was so heinous that he suspended him for 10 days.  Then the deputy took the boy home and explained to Bruce what happened.  At the insistence of Prioleau, the deputy tried to search the home for guns, but since he didn’t have a warrant, Bruce didn’t let the search take place.

Henkelman told a local radio reporter:

“The principal told me that with what happened at Sandy Hook if you say the word ‘gun’ in my school you are going to get suspended for 10 days.”


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