By WND. Nowadays a picture is worth a suspension from school.
At least for a Connecticut high school student who posted an image of a toy gun on his social media. On his own time, and away from school.
Cassidento, a senior at Amity High Regional School, immediately was suspended.
And then he was arrested as a juvenile.
It was an image of an “airsoft gun,” on Snapchat, the report said. (Read more from “Snapchat Photo of Fake Gun Gets Student Suspended” HERE)
High School Senior Suspended After Posting Picture of Airsoft Gun on Social Media
By Noelle Gardner. A high school student was suspended and arrested after posting an image of a toy gun on social media.
Zach Cassidento, a high school senior at Amity High Regional School was suspended and arrested as a juvenile after he posted a picture of a toy gun, or what’s called an “airsoft gun,” on Snapchat.
Zach said, “I didn’t want to put any words and someone misinterpret it as a threat so I figured I posted this picture on my own time, on my property.”
The words “have a nice day” with a happy face is part of the gun’s design. The senior told News 8 his hobby is playing with toy guns and he thought posting the picture was harmless.
Zach added, “I took a picture. It was about half way up the barrel of the gun. It showed the trigger. It showed the magazine. And it cut off just by the stock. It also showed the chamber open with no bullet in there and the warning sticker stating that it is a toy gun.” (Read more from “High School Senior Suspended After Posting Picture of Airsoft Gun on Social Media” HERE)