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Secret Service Interrogates 7th Grader For Facebook Post

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Uploaded on May 17, 2011

Article: http://www.prisonplanet.com/secret-se...

Original Article: http://www.q13fox.com/news/kcpq-secre...


A Tacoma seventh grader faced federal interrogation at school for what he posted on his Facebook page. His mom said it all happened without her knowledge or permission.

Timi Robertson said she had just finished lunch with a friend Friday when she got a phone call from her son's school. Topics U.S. Secret Service Mass Media Facebook See more topics ยป

"I answered it, and it's the school security guard who's giving me a heads up that the Secret Service is here with the Tacoma Police Department and they have Vito and they're talking to him," Robertson said.

After Osama bin Laden was killed, 13-year-old Vito LaPinta posted an update to his Facebook status that got the Feds attention.

"I was saying how Osama was dead and for Obama to be careful because there could be suicide bombers," says LaPinta.

A week later, while Vito was in his fourth period class, he was called in to the principal's office.

"A man walked in with a suit and glasses and he said he was part of the Secret Service," LaPinta said. "He told me it was because of a post I made that indicated I was a threat toward the President."

The Tacoma school district acknowledged a Secret Service agent questioned Vito and that it was a security guard who called Vito's mom because the principal was on another call. The school district said they didn't wait for Vito's mother to get there because they thought she didn't take the phone call seriously.

"That's a blatant lie," Robertson said.

The teen's mom says she rushed to Truman Middle School immediately and arrived to discover her son had already been questioned for half an hour.

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