School District Stops 5 Year Old Terrorist

Much like Al Queda, we have the “Hello Kitty” terrorist network on the run.

Rest easy residents of Mount Carmel; the threat has been dealt with.

Administrators at Mount Carmel Area Elementary School, PA, suspended a five year old kindergarten student for  ten days after she made a “terrorist threat” towards a classmate.   She allegedly threatened her classmate by suggesting they “shoot each other with bubbles” with a pink Hello Kitty bubble gun.

Hello Kitty Bubble Blaster

Newest terrorist weapon?

According to the family’s lawyer, district officials at Mount Carmel Area Elementary School questioned her for three hours without her parent’s knowledge.  The family’s lawyer also said the five year old was forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, which found the little girl was normal and not a threat to others.  Following the psychiatric examination, district officials reduced the suspension from ten days to two days.

The family is planning to sue to have the incident removed from their girl’s record.

The Mount Carmel Area School District told ABC News, “We are confident that much of the information supplied to the media may not be consistent with the facts… The Mount Carmel Area School District takes the well-being and safety of students and staff very seriously.”

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What’s so great about these “zero tolerance” policies is that they free up the school district employees from having to use any common sense.

Breaking News Update:

Senator Diane Feinstein was called away from the presidential inauguration ceremonies today so she could add the “dangerous, military-style, assault Hello Kitty Bubble Blaster” to her list of weapons which should be banned immediately.

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