This is the story of Ethan Chaplin, who back in April was twirling a pencil in his 7th grade class in Vernon, NJ. One of the class bullies saw an opportunity to be a jerk and yelled: "He’s making gun motions, send him to juvie." Rather than demonstrating any sort of common sense, the teacher apparently had a panic attack and reported him, which resulted in a two-day suspension. As if that part of the story isn’t bizarre enough, Ethan wasn’t allowed to return to class until he underwent a psychological evaluation. Amazingly, the saga manages to get even worse. Just today, we find out that New Jersey is threatening to take Ethan away from his father. Incredibly, the state is claiming that the prior psychological evaluation wasn’t sufficient and more testing needs to be done. Since his father Michael is pushing back, the loss of custodianship has been threatened.