West Virginia: 14-Year-Old Boy Who Refused To Remove NRA Shirt In School Facing 1 Year In Jail After Prosecutor Moves Forward With Case…

Liberals, just make you want to puke.


I assume this is an illustration of “violently talking”?

Update to this story. At some point sanity is going to prevail in this case, right?


Suspended and arrested after refusing to change his NRA shirt. Today, 14-year-old Jared Marcum appeared before a judge and was officially charged with obstructing an officer.

A $500 fine and up to a year in jail, that’s the penalty that Jared could face, now that a judge has allowed the prosecution to move forward with it’s obstructing an officer charge against him.

“Me, I’m more of a fighter and so is Jared and eventually we’re going to get through this,” Jared’s father Allen Lardieri said. “I don’t think it should have ever gotten this far.”

The Logan County Police Department initially claimed that the at-the-time 8th grade Logan Middle School student was arrested for disturbing the education process, obstructing an officer and Lardieri says that officers even went as far as threatening to charge Jared with making terroristic threats.

“In my view of the facts, Jared didn’t do anything wrong,” Ben White, Jared’s attorney said. “I think officer Adkins could have done something differently.”

Prosecuting attorney Michael White refused to respond to any questions, as did Logan Police.

We obtained official court documents from both sides of this case.  On one hand, the arresting officer from the Logan City Police Department, James Adkins, claims that when Jared refused to stop talking, that hindered his ability to do his job, hence, the obstruction charge.  On the other side, Ben White points out that nowhere in the arresting officer’s petition, does it mention Jared ever making any threats or acting in a violent manner.

So the kid was violently talking and that means resisting arrest? How, please explain?


4 Responses to West Virginia: 14-Year-Old Boy Who Refused To Remove NRA Shirt In School Facing 1 Year In Jail After Prosecutor Moves Forward With Case…

  1. upaces88 says:

    I was just on another site discussing this.
    IF the school had NOT posted in public, on the PA System that “no shirts” of this type are allowed in school, i.e., a dress code…
    This kid’s parents have a solid chance for a Civil Law Suit.
    I would, however, like to see the NRA and/or the ACLU jump in and help this family out!

  2. upaces88 says:

    An elementary school child was kicked out for a day for making a gun with his fingers!!!
    Jeeeze…we used to use sticks, fingers, etc. to play war with!

  3. sfcmac says:

    If Jared had worn a Che shirt, the goons wouldn’t have given it a second thought.

  4. Randy Black says:

    That your officer James Adkins arrested a teen for wearing an NRA t-shirt is laughable. What a bunch of ninnies. I’m certain that the rest of the cops and the local citizens are laughing at Adkins and the town’s prosecutor. Adkins sounds like a “child left behind.” ‘Tis a pity.

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