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Toy Gun The Size of a Quarter Causes Disturbance On Palmer Elementary School Bus

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Has the whole world gone mad? Or is it just me?

How much damage can a toy Lego gun do?

Shouldn’t we just start arresting all children at the age of 6 and putting them in prison arbitrarily? I mean, they might as well get used to it, right? If this is what their life is going to be like.

Toy Gun The Size of a Quarter Causes Disturbance On Palmer Elementary School Bus

PALMER, Mass. (WGGB) — A plastic Lego sized gun caused a disturbance on a Old Mill Pond Elementary School bus Friday morning.

Mieke Crane is the mother of the six-year-old kindergarten student who brought the gun on the bus.

“I think they over-reacted totally. I totally do,” said Crane.

Another student on the bus saw the toy and yelled to the driver.

“She said he caused quite a disturbance on the bus and that the children were traumatized,” said Crane.

The school sent home a letter to parents of students who take the bus explaining what happened. It stressed no gun was on the bus and there was never any danger.

The letter also has photo of the toy showing it’s actual size, which is slightly larger than a quarter.

“I could see if it was you know, an air soft gun or some sort of pistol or live bullets or something. This is just a toy,” said Crane.

calm yo tits. a lego gun never shot no oneShe is upset with how her son is being disciplined. She says he had to write an apology letter to the driver, has detention on Tuesday and could be temporarily suspended from the bus.

The other student, who yelled about seeing the gun, also had to apologize.

Crane and that student’s mother, who did not go on camera, think this is sending the wrong message. The two agree speaking up is what the students are trained to do if they see something wrong like a gun.

Meantime, Crane says her son knows guns are bad and that they shouldn’t be in school.

“At six-years-old. I don’t really think he understood the zero tolerance policy and related it to this as the same,” said Crane.

We reached out to the Superintendent and Principal’s office by phone and email, but have not received a comment.

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Illinois: The State Where You can Face 75 Years In Prison for Video Taping Police (Corruption) at Work

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I guess that makes sense. We should probably put people in prison for 75 years for video taping police doing police work in public places, while we simultaneously turn rapists, murders, child molesters and thugs loose to torment the rest of us. Suurrree….

This is the brilliant reasoning and logic that has gotten our government to the point where it is today. People go to jail for annoying anyone in power, but as long as you’re only hurting random peons, it’s all good.

Does it cost a lot of taxpayer money unnecessarily? Sure. Is it inherently unfair? Sure. Does it cause social turmoil? Sure. But the really important thing is that us nobodies know our place like good peasants and surfs.

Well, at least we won’t inconvenience corrupt police officers. That’s the important thing. We don’t want to cause them any unnecessary stress when they are mercilessly beating a a man for not signing a traffic ticket or shooting family dogs and handcuffing diabetic children to tanks in a wrong door raid or conducting a roadside body cavity search. No… we should be the ones showing restraint. Not them, though. They should go right ahead with their wrong door raids and brutal attacks and fatal shootings of innocent people. We should do things exactly like they want done and never EVER question their authority. What a bunch of B.S.

How can you be charged with “wiretapping and eavesdropping” when someone is in public, anyway? Courts have ruled repeatedly that there is no perception of privacy while in public. Police cars have dash cams that record everyone all of the time, but they don’t go to jail for 75 years.

Incidentally, a man was recently charged with this trumped up B.S. because he was smart enough to figure out that the antique cars that Illinois officers were “impounding” were being illegally re-titled and sold for a profit by the officers. He recorded the officers stealing vehicles for profit and in Illinois that enough to get charged with a felony.

When are we going to take back control of this madness? We need to make rules that make sense and enforce them fairly!

Illinois: The State Where You can Face 75 Years In Prison for Video Taping Police at Work

Michael Allison faces 75 years in prison for five counts of recording law enforcement officials without their consent in Robinson, Illinois.

Illinois is one of the states applying old eavesdropping and wiretapping statutes to new technologies like cell phones or anything else that records audio.

Most states allow citizens to record audio in public of on-duty law enforcement officials without their permission. But that’s considered a felony in Illinois, punishable by up to 15 years in prison for each offense.

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Can You Afford Equal Protection Under the Law? Protect Your Family From Legal Issues

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It’s easy to understand why people are concerned these days about legal issues.

We seem to be bombarded with legitimate reasons to be concerned about potential legal problems that could arise without notice.

In fact, my whole DailyUnConstitutional.com blog is a testament to why someone might need access to a good attorney – even when they didn’t do anything wrong.

Consider These Staggering Legal Statistics:

  • 15 million lawsuits will be filed in 2011 across the U.S.
  • A new lawsuit every 2 seconds
  • One lawsuit for every 12 adults
  • 21 U.S. states are facing a medical liability crisis
  • $248.1 billion = the cost to the U.S. tort system (personal injury) in 2009, or $808 per person
  • The cost per capita of tort related lawsuits has increased 800% between 1950 to 2009

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