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High school newspaper banned from printing photo

A St. Francis High School student newspaper was told by the principle that it could not print a photo from a recent high school play. The picture is one of the play's charcters dewstroying what appears to be an American flag, although it is actually a fake flag made of bunting. The superintendent of the school's district is defending the principle's choice to censor the photo claiming what it depicts is a violation of U.S. Law. First Amendment experts and a Civil Liberties group disagree with the Principle's decision and might take things to court.