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Unformatted text preview: the kids should be suspended for five days. But parents of some suspended students say their kids were not involved in any malicious actions. "They were called guilty in front of all of their peers before there was any kind of investigation," said Lawrie Melton, whose 13-year-old daughter was suspended. Melton said the grades 7 and 8 students were called to an assembly at the end of the day Friday, at which point they were told what had been happening and names were read aloud of those who had to stay behind. The kids were suspended for five days. School vice-principal Maria Limanni would not comment Monday on the situation, saying an investigation is still underway. With files from Daniel Nolan and The Canadian Press...
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