These police state practices are especially evil when they affect the kids. Some examples:
12-yr old Girl Charged With Battery for giving another kid a fat-lip during a 'dodge-ball' type game.
ALTA LOMA, Calif. -- What started as a version of the schoolyard game of dodge ball has apparently become a legal ordeal for a 12-year-old girl and
Boy charged with felony for carrying sugar
A 12-year-old Aurora(Illinois) boy who said he brought powdered sugar to school for a science project this week has been charged with a felony for
possessing a look-alike drug, ...
Two-Year-Old Cited by Police
A two-year-old boy has been cited by Jeanerette(LA) police for criminal damage to property, after allegedly throwing a rock at a vehicle. .....
Young Girl Facing Charges After Wetting Pants
(AP) DANVILLE, Pa. A 12-year-old special education student in Montour County was charged with disorderly conduct after authorities said she
deliberately wet her pants at school....
3-13-07 7-Year-Old Boy Arrested, Handcuffed for riding on sidewalk
BALTIMORE — Police arrested a 7-year-old boy, handcuffed him and hauled him down to the station house on a charge of riding a motorized dirt bike
on a sidewalk.
13yr-old arrested for writing on desk
A 13-year-old girl was handcuffed and placed under arrest in front of her classmates in Dyker Heights after she wrote "Okay" on her desk.
....she's been charged with criminal mischief and the making of graffiti.
Then she was handcuffed and led out of the school ...
Tampa Tribune 12/9/99 "…..A 12-year-old boy who stomped his foot in a puddle at school, spraying classmates and a school resource officer, was
taught a lesson he's not likely to forget. Kyle Fredrikson was walking back to class from lunch when Deputy Tim Langer said the boy ``purposely
stomped in the water'' after being told numerous times by school personnel to stay with the group and out of the rain. He didn't, and at that
point, Langer took the sixth-grader to a school office where the boy was cuffed, put in a patrol car and taken to jail. ….."