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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.
A West Virginia eight-grader was arrested and charged with two counts of obstruction and disturbing the education process Thursday after he wore a National Rifle Association T-shirt to school.
"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."