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Topic - Logan County School District
The 14-year-old West Virginia student who was arrested in April after refusing to remove his National Rifle Association T-shirt was formally charged with obstructing an officer last week and could face up to a year in jail. Jared Marcum, then an eighth-grader at Logan Middle School in Logan, W.Va., got into an argument in late April with his teacher, who requested that the youth remove an NRA T-shirt that featured the image of a rifle and the "Protect Your Right" slogan. The Logan County School District prohibits clothing with profanity, violence or discriminatory messages, but does not mention gun images.
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.