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A security officer at a Michigan high school told an Army lieutenant Tuesday that he could not enter the school because he was wearing his uniform and "may offend another student," MyFoxDetroit.com reported.
Lt. Col. Sherwood Baker told the station he was visiting Rochester Adams High School because his daughter was having difficulty navigating the school.
He was turned away, even though the Rochester School District has no policy barring individuals in uniform from entering the school.
originally posted by: Nyiah
...if a student had gone through a mental trauma situation like a rape by soldier...
originally posted by: Shana91aus
Sounds too me like the security officer was the one with the problem with it! What is wrong with people! I can't see why it would offend fellow students, all he was trying too do was help his daughter out.
originally posted by: w8tn4it
I certainly hope his bias toward uniforms includes police officers, The Lt. should have just beat his ass for refusing to admit him to see his daughter.