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Originally posted by FredT
Originally posted by IBM
Well the Police have their reasons. They followed what was in thier best judgement the correct course of action. What if one of the demons had a weapon? The police were properly checking in order to be prepared.
Um did you read th article? The cops did not search the students, the teachers did.
Originally posted by astrocreep
Thats another example of the socialistic "village to raise a child" bullcrap that we are seeing from these jr prison camps that our hard eraned tax dollars fund.
School districts’ right to conduct searches in public schools
It is important to note that Wisconsin Statute § 948.50 makes it a crime (Class B Misdemeanor) for public, parochial and private school employees to conduct a strip search of any student.
The Sixth Circuit cases involving student strip searches also do not clearly establish the unconstitutionality of the searches in the instant case. Indeed, in Williams, 936 F.2d 881, and Tarter v. Raybuck, 742 F.2d 977 (6th Cir. 1984), strip searches of students were found to be reasonable. Although the officials in each of those cases possessed individualized suspicion as to the particular student searched, the cases do not clearly state that such individualized suspicion is absolutely necessary to justify such a search. And while one district court case from this circuit, Cales v. Howell Public Schools, 635 F. Supp. 454(E.D. Mich. 1985), found a strip search of a student not to be reasonable, the holding of the district court was that, although the school officials did have reasonable suspicion to suspect the particular student of violating some school rule, it did not have reason to suspect that the student was violating the rule against drug usage, the actual object of the search. While the principle of Cales could be argued to be analogous to a group search, the analogy is not so obvious as to establish clearly the unreasonableness of the group searches in this case. The Sixth Circuit cases thus simply do not "truly compel" the conclusion that the searches in this case were not reasonable.
Originally posted by shots
One also has to remember we are dealing with Texas here and in Texas a husband can legally kill his wife if he cathes her in bed with another man and get away with it