supreme court to rule on bong hits 4 jesus

yes, i have to admit this item caught my eye as it ran down the list of articles in my rss reader (the comments are funny too). good to see that kenneth starr is still taking quality cases.

Justices agreed to hear the appeal by the Juneau, Alaska, school board and principal Deborah Morse of a lower court ruling that allowed the student’s civil rights lawsuit to proceed. The school board hired former Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr to argue its case to the high court.

The incident occurred in January 2002, as the Olympic torch relay wound through Juneau, en route to the winter games in Salt Lake City. As the torch passed by the school, student Joseph Frederick and friends unfurled the banner across the street from campus apparently to attract the attention of television cameras.






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