http://www.concordmonitor.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080417/FRONTPAGE/804170415 This happened in Concord, NH, at Bishop Brady HS (the joint they dumped me into). It's a long article, but the gist of it is that a kid at Brady had his cell phone confiscated by the principal. Once she had it in her possession, she started going through the contacts (her story is she was going to call other brady students and get them in trouble for having phones at school), she found where he'd been talking with another kid (txting) about maybe buying pot. So she pretended to be the kid, set up the whole deal, and then called the cops. So the kid was arrested for selling drugs on school grounds. The ACLU is trying to weasel around it. I'm shocked they're not outraged. Thoughts?