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.

2 comments:

RyanMercer said...

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

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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'.