The sensation was caused by the cartoons which Jack Christie created himself in his spare time. They were quite absurd, but funny: the protagonist mocked marketing smartphone Blackberry, destroying with the help of it “Military Base of Evil “, laughed at Sen. Joe Lieberman, offered to attack Sweden.
Jack walked in the footsteps of the creators of the animated series “South Park” . There were too much obscure lexics, weapons, explosions, violence, and numerous references to sex and drugs in his cartoons.
“We have to stop anything that might harm the morals of school, regardless of whether everything had been done at the school or not ” – said Andrea Pidverbekki, a spokeswoman for school board in District of Durham.
Jack does not agree with it, and he even recorded a video message to the school administration. “They are unfair to condemn me. In my spare time, I can upload any video to the Internet. Jack’s classmates believe the punishment to be unfair. The head of student council began collecting signatures in support of the Jack, but was forced to stop under threat of being punished himself.
This is not the first conflict between pupils and teachers – a few years ago, a schoolboy posted videos from the school holiday, with their teacher in a leading role, calling her crazy. The matter ended in court proceedings, and the joke was worth about 3000 Euros for the parents of witty operator.