[i]Editor's Note: Maine is now charging minors with terrorizing over song lyrics - even if the minors had no intent to terrorize? What the heck is that? Someone better tell Eric Clapton to pull all copies of "I Shot the Sheriff." Good thing Johnny Cash is dead or they could get him for "Folsom Prison Blues." And then there's....[/i]
Second student charged in music CD case
By Rich Hewitt
Friday, January 05, 2007 - Bangor Daily News
ELLSWORTH "” A second Bucksport High School student has been charged with terrorizing in connection with a music CD he and a friend created....
The Hancock County District Attorney's Office filed formal charges...against Colton Crane, 17.
Crane and...Jonathan Hayes, 17, are [band] members...hat created the CD and...wrote/performed the songs on it.
Assistant DA Mary Kellett...said...the charge of terrorizing...is warranted whether they intended to act on the threat or not.
Shooting described at Bucksport High
By Rich Hewitt
Tuesday, October 24, 2006 - Bangor Daily News
BUCKSPORT - Two high school students are facing terrorizing charges and could be expelled from school over violent and threatening lyrics included in a CD the two made and sold at Bucksport High School.
Police have charged the two male students, both juveniles, with terrorizing, and high school principal Tom Sullivan has suspended both boys. The Bucksport School Committee will meet tonight to determine what, if any, additional disciplinary action should be taken.