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Maverick Couch can wear his “Jesus Is Not a Homophobe” T-shirt to school again – without fear of being suspended. The 16-year-old junior at Waynesville High School in Ohio has won a legal fight to wear the shirt, which was a gift from a friend’s aunt, on school grounds.
“I’m really blessed and happy,” he told msnbc.com on Tuesday, a week after he learned of a court action in his favor. “It’s just really amazing. I never thought it would come out like this.”
In the judgment entered May 21, U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett ordered school officials to allow Maverick to wear the T-shirt to school whenever he chooses. He also ordered the school district to pay $20,000 in damages and court costs to the teen.
Originally posted by Infi8nity
How to the hell do you win a right?
You are born with rights you dont win them. Or do you? It would seem that the more money you have the more rights you have.
More MSNBC mind control.edit on 29-5-2012 by Infi8nity because: (no reason given)