No link I can provide y'all, but the student who wrote the violent story has lost the appeal in the Eleventh Circuit, which cited the recent school shootings.
Thus, in this climate of increasing school violence and government
oversight, and in light of schoolsâ€™ undisputably compelling interest in acting
quickly to prevent violence on school property, especially during regular school
hours, we must conclude that the defendants did not violate Rachelâ€™s First
Amendment rights. We can only imagine what would have happened if the school
officials, after learning of Rachelâ€™s writing, did nothing about it and the next day
Rachel did in fact come to school with a gun and shoot and kill her math teacher.
In our view, it is imperative that school officials have the discretion and authority
to deal with incidents like the one they faced in this case.