Oct 122011
 October 12, 2011  Posted by  Court, Youth & Schools

Laurence Hammack reports:

A student perturbed by a display of the Ten Commandments at Narrows High School should not be allowed to sue under a veil of secrecy, attorneys for the Giles County School Board say.

In court papers filed Tuesday, the school board objected to a request by the student and one of his or her parents seeking anonymity in the emotionally charged case.

“The people have a right to know who is using their courts,” lawyers for Liberty Counsel, which represents the school board, wrote in the brief.

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