Use caution when liking things on Instagram.

FOX's Eben Brown reports:

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Parents of an Ohio middle schooler are relieved their son is allowed back to school after being suspended for liking a picture of a gun on Instagram:

(Bolin) "I didn't think I did anything wrong."

Zachary Bolin's parent's didn't think so either. He wasn't even at school when he clicked the photo of which, by the way, was an airsoft pistol. But when he showed up for class the next morning, he was brought aside and patted down. School officials in Edgewood City called it a 'threat' especially because the picture's caption reads as 'ready.'

We at Bullet Points would like to express condolences to the family of Bob Owens. He was the longtime editor of the 'Bearing Arms' website and giant in the world of Second Amendment advocacy. Owens was just 46-years old. Authorities have ruled his death a suicide. A note on social media posted by Owen's wife Christine reads, "You were a wonderful husband, loving father."

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