In today’s police state news, we bring you 16 year Gary Tudesko, who was expelled from Willows High School for having several unloaded shotguns in his vehicle while it was parked off campus.
Now, I am not sure of the laws in Mr. Tudesko’s state, but if he cannot be criminally charged for illegal possession of these firearms, then insofar is we’re concerned, this is a non-incident.
How far does the school’s jurisdiction extend? To off campus parking? How about to Mr. Tudesko’s home? Why not just expel any student whose parents own firearms? As the principle of Willows High stated, the studentÂ poses a “continuing danger to himself or others, or a threat of disrupting the instructional process.” Since Mr. Tudesko was not on school operated grounds, then the school’s Big Brother policy could essentially extend to all corners of the earth.
The indoctrination starts in schools, as it did during the times of Lenin, Marx and Hitler. If children don’t subscribe to the rules set forth by the school system, even in cases where the rules themselves are flawed or invalid, they are considered extremists and dealt with quickly.
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