A 12-year-old girl has sued Minnesota's Minnewaska School District claiming that officials at her middle school punished her for posts she made on her Facebook page and forced her, with the help of local law enforcement, to reveal the password and log in information to her Facebook and email accounts. The lawsuit claims the school gave her detention for posting that one of the hall monitors was mean to her and later gave her in-school suspension for a post asking who had turned her in.
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