At 3/6/13 10:16 AM, BumFodder wrote:
Because they refused to cooperate with the investigation apparently, which makes sense.
I read that too, but saw no elaboration on this. Instead they stated:
"... he was suspended for being part of an 'incident' where a weapon was present and given an 'emergency suspension.'"
So, no, he was not suspended for being uncooperative in the investigation. This would not be grounds for suspension regardless due to the separation of the school and law enforcement (unless by "investigation" they meant a questioning by the school - I saw no evidence of this, nor of the student's supposed insubordination in the article).
The school reflexively suspended the individual due to protocol put in place in order to prevent lawsuits. If you ask me, it is a show of cowardice on the part of the administration and of the juvenile attitude in society.