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A middle school boy, Jared Marcum, wore a scary and offensive t-shirt to school one day and when asked to remove his shirt or turn it inside out he refused. Want to know what was on his shirt, nothing more than a NRA logo and a rifle.
Just in case you didn’t know this little fact, the school is in West Virginia. This is, after all, the state whose senator’s campaign ad featured him shooting Obama’s cap-and-trade bill.
Because Marcum declined to remove his shirt the police were called to handle the kerfuffle. Marcum was then arrested and has been charged with disrupting the educational process and obstructing an officer.
Last week he “appeared before a judge and was officially charged with obstructing an officer,” reports Fox News. If he is convicted, he could face up to a $500 fine or a year in prison.