Everyone, please help me make this person infamous

The Matt Walsh Blog

Jared Marcum was arrested and charged with a crime for wearing an NRA t-shirt to his school in West Virginia.

Justin Carter, a teenager in Texas, spent months in jail after making a sarcastic (yet inappropriate) joke on his Facebook page.

In Virginia, a 10 year old boy was arrested and charged for bringing a plastic toy gun onto a school bus.

Christian Adamek, a 15 year old student, was threatened with being put on the sex offender registry for streaking at a high school football game. He hanged himself a few days after his arrest.

Cody Chitwood, 17, faces 10 years in prison for having a tackle box with fishing knives — in his car, parked outside his school.

I could go on and on and on. Everyday, children and teens are expelled, arrested, and jailed for games, jokes, innocuous behavior, and harmless juvenile antics. We have a “zero…

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2 Responses to Everyone, please help me make this person infamous

  1. Stacy says:

    Thank you for helping get this story out.

  2. Little Nel says:

    So, sexual harassment by a teacher is OK in Kenton Co. Kentucky?

    The teacher is innocent and can justify his actions by blaming the victim when he thinks that the 15 year-old is beautiful and single.

    Look out teenage girls, you better start wearing wedding rings and toning down your looks at school or you are asking for sexual harassment from a teacher who holds the power over your grades.

    We cannot expect our paid teachers to show self-restraint without your co-operation.

    They get “turned on” looking at you so they are not legally responsible. Will this affect your final grade in their class? Yes.

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