More anti-gun hysteria leads to school lock down

Rick Moran
This is what happens when you encourage people to give in to their fear. Beaver (PA) Timesonline: Beaver County schools had their lives "flipped, turned upside down" Thursday morning when a phone greeting involving the theme song from the 1990s sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" was taken as a threat. All schools in the county were advised to lock down for about 20 minutes while police searched for a 19-year-old Ambridge Area High School student whose greeting to callers was mistakenly taken as a threat about "shooting people outside of the school." The actual line from the song is "And all shooting some b-ball outside of the school." Because it is a bit garbled, it is unclear from listening to Travis Clawson's phone message whether he inadvertently twisted the words or it just was misheard by the receptionist from his Sewickley eye doctor's office who sent the day's events in motion. The receptionist called the Economy man's phone to remind him about an upcoming...(Read Full Post)

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