Zero Tolerance Policy in Public School Claims Another Innocent Victim

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Zach Cassidento’s snapchat post of his airsoft bb rifle

Child Arrested for Sharing Photo of Toy Gun on Social Media That He Got for His Birthday:
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/high-school-student-suspended-arrested-for-sharing-photo-of-empty-toy-gun-on-social-media/

(Rachel Blevins) A teenage boy was arrested and detained for the crime of posting a photo on social media of a toy gun he received as a birthday gift. Despite the fact that the photo included a “Warning” sticker on the gun, which stated that it was a toy, the student was suspended from school and treated as a criminal.

As a senior at Amity High Regional School, Zach Cassidento said he did not think he was doing anything wrong when he received a new airsoft gun for his birthday and posted a photo of it on Snapchat.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Was a warrant even issued? If so, which criminal judge signed it?

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