It is? Because so far I haven't heard either side mention it. There was some mention of PILLS, but not pot. They don't look anything alike.And pot HAS come up in the case. It's precisely the "inappropriate behavior" that was brought to the administrator's attention.
Except that the accusation comes from someone who will not even give his name. Anonymous accusations get zero credibility, since they can be leveled by anyone for any reason.And yes, Right's link is proof of something: that the kid had no discretion about broadcasting his vices on the internet and that information the administrator had could have come from more than just spying on him through the web cam.