The eighth-grader in West Virgina who was suspended and subsequently arrested in late April after he refused to remove a t-shirt with the National Rifle Association on it has been formally charged with obstructing an officer, and 14-year-old Jared Marcum now faces a $500 fine and a maximum of one year in prison.
The boy’s father, Allen Lardieri, is not pleased.
“Me, I’m more of a fighter and so is Jared and eventually we’re going to get through this,” Lardieri told WTRF. “I don’t think it should have ever gotten this far.”
“Every aspect of this is just totally wrong,” Lardieri added. “He has no background of anything criminal up until now and it just seems like nobody wants to admit they’re wrong.”
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by Tactical-Life / Jun 18, 2013