There couldn’t be anything more disgusting than a group of kids organizing a ‘Kick a Jew Day’, right? Well, maybe if the courts try and defend the people involved by refusing to let the documents regarding the case go out, even with the names of the children involved redacted.
A Florida news reporter explained:
Two years later the American Civil Liberties Union is still trying to find out more about how the Calder County school district handled the infamous Kick a Jew Day controversy. A judge dismisses a lawsuit filed by the ACLU that asked for the school documents related to the Kick a Jew Day incident at a Naplesmiddle school back in '09. You may remember two years ago ten students at the school got an in school suspension after imitating an episode of the South Park TV show.
“How often do we agree with the ACLU? Not that much probably,” Pat said.
“Maybe a first,” Glenn said.
“So do we know why the judge has dismissed the case on, ‘Hey, let's look into the records of Kick a Jew Day?’” Glenn asked.
Video of the report is below: