Friday, July 11th, 2008 | Author:

This is one of those rare occasions when I’m so angry I’m speechless, so I’ll just cut & paste:

There are two kinds of people in the world: the kind who think it’s perfectly reasonable to strip-search a 13-year-old girl suspected of bringing ibuprofen to school, and the kind who think those people should be kept as far away from children as possible. The first group includes officials at Safford Middle School in Safford, Arizona, who in 2003 forced eighth-grader Savana Redding to prove she was not concealing Advil in her crotch or cleavage.

Here’s the follow-up article, as the case went through the courts.

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  1. Reynaldo says:

    Very sad, how hard is that going to effect her in the future.