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Arkansas Anti-Gun Walkout Students Paddled

Three students at a public high school in a small Arkansas town were swatted twice on the rear end by a school official for walking out of school to protest in favor of gun control this past week.

The students in Greenbrier, which has about 4,700 people, had a choice in punishment between two days of in-school suspension or two swats on the behind. They chose the paddle.

The superintendent told ArkansasMatters.com that paddling is allowed in the school if parents approve.

He also said the students were punished not for protesting but for breaking school rules.

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