Spying School District Furiously Backpedals as FBI Investigation Heats Up

20 02 2010

“Epic” Does Not Quite Capture the Fail
The Lower Merion School District has more problems on its hands than disgruntled parents and a civil lawsuit. Problems started when the Harriton High School administration remotely activated webcams on students laptop computers to spy on the students at home. The case exploded when hubris-infused Assistant Principal Lindy Matsko apparently used the remote spying scheme to accuse 15 year-old student Blake Robbins of selling drugs. Robbins has since stated the “drugs” were actually Mike & Ike candies. While admittedly not a drug-identification expert, based upon my years of varied candy experience, I feel fairly confident even I would be able to differentiate Mike & Ike candies from drugs.

From Civil to Criminal


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