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Thursday, May 06, 2010

Not remotely crime-related

In Morgan Hill, Calif., five teenagers got into trouble for wearing U.S. flag T-shirts and bandannas to their high school on Cinco de Mayo. The building administrators threatened to suspend them for refusing to change clothes, though it appears the school district is going to overrule them, the boys said. The T-shirts were allegedly viewed as "incendiary," and school staff worried there could be fights.

Hat Tip: Many thanks, Jane and kmp!


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