Answer by 29again at 11:18 PM on Dec. 16, 2009
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Answer by Crissy1213 at 1:43 AM on Dec. 17, 2009
The offended girl should have sued for slander.
wow, Crissy, we actually agree on something.
I wonder, too, how harassment law would apply here. yes, the other girl isn't officially in a position of authority over the slandered girl (although anyone who's attended public jr. high or high school can see that she was, socially speaking) but she clearly and intentionally created a hostile educational environment for the other girl.
I'm no fan of limiting free speech, but she wasn't merely speaking her opinion, she was waging a campaign of humiliation.
Answer by autodidact at 2:12 AM on Dec. 17, 2009