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Thursday, February 22, 2007

Lawsuit - School Banned Jesus Costume

A Christian legal group has sued a school district on behalf of a 10-year-old boy who claims his rights to religion and free speech were violated when he was not allowed to wear a Jesus costume during Halloween activities.

The complaint, filed in federal court Tuesday, says officials at Willow Hill Elementary School in suburban Glenside told the boy Oct. 31 that he could not wear his faux crown of thorns or tell others he was dressed as Jesus.

The principal, Patricia Whitmire, told the boy's mother that the costume violated a policy prohibiting the promotion of religion, according to the lawsuit. Whitmire suggested that the fourth-grader, whose costume included a robe, identify himself as a Roman emperor, the suit states.

Though the boy's costume was rejected because of its religious nature, the principal allowed other students to dress up as witches and devils, according to the lawsuit.
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This is yet another example of numb dumb school officials over-reacting to religious themes. They freak out even though there is no reason to. Sadly it is all too common in our schools today. We suggest they start attending some classes in law so they know what is & is not allowed in schools. Big fat "F" for these fools.

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