Court: Tell students of rights before questioning

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Students must be informed of their legal rights - including the right to remain silent - before being questioned by school administrators working with police or school resource officers, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Thursday in throwing out an incriminating statement in a drug case.

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Down with the man!!!!! Teach children to NEVER cooperate with the police, teach them early on that authority is BAD!!!!! This is sad folks, we will truly reap what we sow.

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