Supreme Court and the Strip Search Case
If my kid, when he was a kid, was strip searched in the 8th grade at school because they thought he had ibuprophen, I would have been up in arms.
Tuesday, the Supreme Court hears arguments in the case of an Arizona student who was strip searched at school.
Savana Redding was an honors student at a middle school in Safford, Ariz., with a clean discipline record. A friend of Savana’s, who was found in possession of pain relievers, told school authorities that Savana had given her 400-milligram ibuprofen pills, a prescription -level dose of the pain reliever in over-the-counter Advil and Motrin, used to treat headaches and menstrual cramps.
I don't care if it was percodan or dilaudid. You don't strip search kids. [More...]
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