I was flippin channels and i came across this true life movie about a girl being suspended for practicing witchcraft.
i was slightly more interested in it since it happened in my hometown and i never heard about it.
the question i have for some of the lawyers on here..
how is this possible?
the reasoning the judge gave was that since Brandi doesn't truly claim to be a witch or wiccan that the school was right in suspending her..
maybe i'm misreading this wrong but i sure doesn't make sense to me.
is freedom of religion only applies to people who actually believe in said religion?
if someone wears a yarmulke to school and they get suspended the school is in the right if that person is only wearing it for some fashion statement?
sorry if i'm ranting but i really don't understand the logic of this.