Thursday, October 06, 2005

Student's Bill of Rights project gets investigated by Secret Service

A student of Selina Jarvis in North Carolina took a photograph of George W. Bush from a magazine, tacked it to a wall (through his head), and photographed his hand giving a thumbs-down gesture next to the Bush photo.

Someone at the Kitty Hawk, NC Wal-Mart thought this was suspicious, and the student got a visit from the U.S. Secret Service, which confiscated his project. The above story doesn't say whether it was returned, but at least they decided not to indict him.


RyanMercer said...

That is some crazy stuff... the USSS is a bit to paranoid.

-Ryan Mercer

Einzige said...

After thinking about this for a bit, I realized that this kid's Bill of Rights project was a rousing success.

I hope he got an 'A'.