Hall monitors at Hinsdale Central High School in Illinois stopped Chris Borg when they saw he was wearing a shirt with the outline of an AK-47. School officials then ordered Borg to turn the shirt inside out, put on another shirt or be suspended for the day. Borg chose suspension. Borg says they told him the shirt violated a section of the dress code that bans clothing that is unsafe or disruptive.
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