[Watch] 14 Year Old Arrested For Wearing NRA Shirt To School

[Watch] 14 Year Old Arrested For Wearing NRA Shirt To School

Jared Marcum was arrested for wearing an NRA t-shirt to his West Virginia middle school. Jared was told by a teacher to turn his NRA shirt inside out. When he refused, he was ordered to the principal’s office, where he refused a second time.


The shirt was bearing the NRA logo, and the words ‘PROTECT YOUR RIGHT,’ an image of a hunting rifle and the officials NRA logo which has an eagle and two cross firearms

Police charged Jared with disrupting an educational process and obstructing an officer. The charges were dismissed, but the school still forced him to serve a one-day suspension.

On April 18, 2013, Jared Marcum was an eighth grade honor student who wore a National Rifle Association of American pro-Second Amendment t-shirt to school, according to a complaint filed April 15 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia.


The family filed a suit and is seeking $200,000 in compensatory damages and $250,000 in punitive damages for alleged violations of Marcum’s First and Fourteenth

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The lawsuit claims that Jared was waiting in the lunch line in the school’s cafeteria when he was physically stopped by school secretary Anita Gore, who placed her hand on his chest and prevented him from moving forward, The Logan Banner reported.

NRA News Ginny Simone Reporting | “Protect Your Right”

H/T to Fox Insider

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