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School reviews zero-tolerance gun policy, begins to tolerate

A Suffolk, Virginia school board has begun a review of their zero-tolerance gun policy after two 7-year-old boys were suspended for brandishing pencils as “weapons” and making “gun noises.”

The two students were allegedly intending to use the pencils to represent guns. As they played with the pencils, their movements were accompanied with “gun noises.”

One of the students involved, Christopher Marshall, spoke to a local television station and said that he was trying to be like his father, a former Marine.

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