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Topic - Allen Lardieri
A West Virginian eighth-grader who was arrested after refusing school staffers' demands to remove his pro-NRA T-shirt will not be charged with any crime after all, a court ruled. All charges have been dropped.
Prosecutors on the case of an eighth-grade student who was suspended and arrested a couple weeks ago for refusing to take off his T-shirt with the NRA logo petitioned the court for an emergency gag order this week.
"It should have come sooner, but it's done, and we don't have to have that concern anymore about him having a criminal record," he said to WOWK.
"It was for Jared's better interest is what I was told, which seems a bit odd to me," he said. "These are the same individuals trying to prosecute him, so as far as them knowing what is in his better interest, I have a lot of questions about that."