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A Montgomery, Alabama elementary school student was suspended from school for pointing his finger like a gun and saying “pow” towards another student.

Attorneys for the parents and their 6-year old son, Rodney Lynch, says his records show he was suspended for ‘threatening to shoot a student’ and that’s a lie. The school says pointing his finger at a classmate constituted a threat of gun violence.

In a letter to Lynch’s parents, the vice principal of Roscoe R. Nix Elementary School said their son had been sent to the principal’s office three times on Dec. 20 for pretending his fingers were scissors and then a gun. After the third incident, he was suspended, according to the letter.

Lynch’s parents were outraged that their son would have a suspension on his record for the incident. The parents want the suspension expunged from his records.

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