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Article posted Jun 03 2013, 9:46 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Infowars Print

5-Year-Old Interrogated By School Over Toy Cap Gun Until He Wet Himself With Fear

Then suspended for rest of the year
Steve Watson

Yet another child barely out of nappies has been persecuted by school officials for playing with a toy gun on the school bus.

The Washington Post reports that the five-year-old from Dowell Elementary School in Lusby, Maryland was questioned by school officials for over two hours after he showed a friend his cowboy-style cap gun on the way to school.

Officials finally called the boy’s mother when he wet his pants. The mother told the Post that she found it highly unusual that her son soiled himself, indicating that he was very intimidated.

The report states that the boy’s parents bought him the plastic, orange-tipped cap gun at Frontier Town, a western-themed adventure centre. Following the interrogation, the boy told his mother that he had brought it to school because he had "really, really" wanted to show his friend, who had previously brought a water pistol to school.

The school’s principal told the mother that her son had pointed the toy at other students and pretended to shoot them, although the boy and his sister, who was also on the bus and subsequently questioned, say this is not the case.

The principal even stated that had the gun been “loaded” with caps, then it would have been “deemed an explosive and police would have been called in.”

The boy, who remains anonymous has been suspended from school for 10 days. "If the punishment stands, it would become part of the boy's permanent school record and keep him out of classes the rest of the school year," the report notes.

"The school was quite obviously taking it very seriously, and he's 5 years old," the boy’s mother said. "Why were we not immediately contacted?"

"I have no problem that he had a consequence to his behavior," the mother added. "What I have a problem with is the severity."

The family has hired attorney Robin Ficker, who was also the attorney involved in the infamous Hello Kitty bubble gun incident back in January, when school officials in Pennsylvania suspended a five-year-old girl for "threatening" class mates with the toy that contains a harmless soap solution. Officials were also said to have interrogated the girl for several hours, before notifying her parents.

Officials at the Mount Carmel school issued a statement describing the girl's actions as "terroristic" and then refused to retract it following media coverage.

"Kids play cowboys and Indians," Ficker stated with regards to the latest incident. He added that the boy's age is important. "They play cops and robbers. You're talking about a little 5-year-old here."

He's "all bugs and frogs and cowboys," the boy’s mother added.

School officials said they cannot comment on the matter but have scheduled a "disciplinary conference" today to resolve it.

This latest knee-jerk overreaction to children playing with anything that even remotely resembles a gun comes just days after another kindergartner was punished by school officials and forced to apologise for bringing a tiny miniature lego gun onto a school bus.

The list of previous incidents of this nature is now so long that it has prompted Maryland Sen. J. B. Jennings to introduce a bill to stop such idiotic over reactions being played out over and over again in schools.

In March, a 7-year-old boy from Maryland was suspended for unintentionally biting his pop tart into the shape of a gun.

A third grader in Michigan was reprimanded by school officials when he brought a cupcake to school with a plastic toy soldier, holding a gun, on top of it.

A ten year old Virginia boy who was arrested for taking a plastic toy gun to school was forced to deal with a potentially permanent criminal record over the incident.

A student in Florence, Arizona was recently suspended because he had a picture of a gun on his computer.

A six-year-old kindergartner in South Carolina was suspended for taking a small transparent plastic toy gun to school for a show and tell.

A five-year-old in Massachusetts who faced suspension for building a small toy gun out of lego bricks and play-shooting his classmates.

We also reported on an incident that erupted when a discussion between two children about a toy nerf gun caused a lockdown and a massive armed police response at two elementary schools in the Bronx.

In another incident, a Long Island high school was also placed on lock down for 6 hours in response to a student carrying a toy nerf gun.

The nerf gun was once again the deadly weapon of choice as a university campus in Rhode Island was placed on lockdown, causing panic and minor injuries when a stampede to flee the building ensued.

In another incident, a teacher at Malden High School in Massachusetts who glimpsed sight of a "gun", alerted police who rushed to the scene only to discover a neon water pistol. School officials then vowed to track down the suspect who brought the toy to school using surveillance cameras.

A South Philadelphia elementary student was searched in front of classmates and threatened with arrest after she mistakenly brought a "paper gun" to school.

A 6-year-old boy was suspended from his elementary school, also in Maryland, for making a gun gesture with his hand and saying "pow".

Another two 6-year-olds in Maryland were suspended for pointing their fingers into gun shapes while playing "cops and robbers" with each other.

A couple of second grade students at a Virginia elementary school were recently suspended for two days after violating the school's "zero tolerance" policy on weapons when they pointed pencils at other students and made gun noises.

In Oklahoma, a five-year-old boy was also recently suspended for making a gun gesture with his hand.

A 13-year-old Middle School seventh grade student in Pennsylvania was also suspended for the same hand gesture.

The terrorists really are everywhere these days.
Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University.

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Posted: Jun 04 2013, 2:24 AM

9944 I continue to find it so amazing that school administration have just about gotten to the point where they wet themselves over any chance they now get to traumatize one of Americas"s children, and that this latest run with so called "Zero Tolerance" on guns and anything that might look like a gun just seems to overjoy them. I think that this is coming from the fact that so many of them are afraid of being sued bu some parent who's dear little Johnny or Jane saw2 a gun and were so afraid they couldn't sleep. Shaking my head that we have become a nation of cowards who are raising the same.

Posted: Jun 04 2013, 8:55 AM

71213 I continue to find it so amazing that parents will sacrifice their children to their own fear of the future. And a good majority of child-abuse derives from the parents embarrassment. Parents like these are true cowards.

Posted: Jun 04 2013, 10:29 AM

207155 Yet the state continues to glamorize and reward it's own agents who carry and utilize real functioning weapons when they are used in the subjection of non-governmentals for committing particularly nefarious crimes such as failure to wear a seat belt or being unwilling to roll over on their stomach.

Posted: Jun 05 2013, 3:19 PM

9894 Take your children out of these state run insane asylums before there is damage that cannot be reversed. People should learn from the Indian boarding school systems what this does to human beings. Yeah first the Indians, now you.

Posted: Oct 09 2013, 6:40 PM

10839 America! what direction are we headed in , really. We go off the deep end on issues without thinking things through nor do we use logic or common sense anymore. A 5 year old, just wants to show his friends his toy excited about playing cowboy, and ADULTS interrogate him for hours. Because of certain issues our school officials go full bore to the left automatically as if they're robots programmed by media hype. No rhyme or reasoning! we are so enthralled with our political correctness we actually posses no right. We would rather treat even look a like guns as if they're some kind of evil thing then the proper safety and the proper use of any firearm in general. We would rather label each other as evil because some of us like firearms then looking at the person's character or behavior. This kid is probably a steller young man with a great heart , who may now be scared because of these school officials!

Posted: Nov 02 2013, 12:49 AM

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