Amazingly creepy story, unsurprisingly handled inappropriately by the mainstream media.
More than two dozen students, ranging in age from 11 to 15 years old, were arrested on criminal charges after a food fight in a cafeteria at a Chicago charter school.
According to reports, a good old-fashioned food fight broke out Thursday at the Perspectives Charter Schools in Calumet. Someone tossed a piece of food, someone else threw an orange, someone yelled "Food fight!," and chaos ensued.
Twenty-five students were taken into custody at about 12 noon and charged with misdemeanor reckless conduct.
Even if the charges are dropped, the offense will remain on the students' juvenile records until they are 17.
Read the rest at: NBCChicago.com
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