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Teacher says he lost course for using Iraq photos

Suit alleges censorship in Bellingham

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / August 25, 2004

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A Bellingham High School teacher sued his principal and school superintendent yesterday, contending they unfairly took away one of his classes because two parents complained that students had to study graphic photographs of American soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners. (Full Article: 834 Words)

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