Okay, so she actually wanted the dogs and the drugs for a science project, but seriously what normal child sits down and says "I want to devise a school project that revolves around three attack dogs and an ounce of blow?"
But, according to her parents, Michelle and Douglas, that is exactly what Emma did. She wrote her abstract which stated, “The purpose for this scientific investigation was to find which dog would find the cocaine fastest using it’s [sic] sense of smell.”
But, Emma was given the drugs...and the drug sniffing dogs...lucky little girl - the best gift my parents ever gave me was a trip to McDonald's on my birthday.
First, how often is Douglas handling drugs in front of his wife and daughter? Does he bring stuff home from work in order to "better his understanding of the effects?" What other stuff is bringing home from the evidence locker? I know police officers don't make much, is he, perhaps, making some extra revenue selling leftover "evidence" to the neighbors?
My second question is, "If Emma couldn't handle the drugs or the dogs and her dad did everything from design the experiment to hiding the drugs to releasing the hounds of hell...what exactly did Emma do?" Isn't it safe to say that all Emma did was watch the dogs find the drugs? Is that enough to count as a science project? I used to watch NASCAR, but that doesn't make me a race-car driver.
School spokesperson, John Schuster, even confirmed that when he told reporters that "while this was an unusual experiment, cocaine is not a banned substance on campus."
That's right - cocaine isn't banned. A school should never be thought of as a drug free workplace because instructors need to be high as hell in order to deal with all those whiny, entitled little bastards! Hell, I can't say that I blame them - I almost need a hit just hearing this!