... is a 'level 2 lookalike firearm'?
A Columbus principal suspended a student for three days last week after the child pointed a “ lookalike firearm” at another student in class and pretended to shoot.The parents, first of all, need to lawyer up. Then they need to get a copy of the school district's policy manual and see if there's a definition of 'level 2 lookalike firearm.
The boy’s age? 10. The “level 2 lookalike firearm” cited in his suspension letter? His finger.
The more of these stories that come out, it becomes more and more obvious that these policies aren't about safety, but about instilling hoplophobia.