From The Chicago Tribune: The American Civil Liberties Union is fighting the expulsion of three eighth-graders in northwest Indiana for making comments on Facebook about which classmates they would most like to kill. The ACLU filed suit contending the 14-year-old girls' freedom of speech was violated when the Griffith (Ind.) school district expelled them from Griffith Middle School over a lengthy conversation on Facebook. According to the complaint, the conversation went from discussing the pain of cutting oneself while shaving to the girls' friendship, before shifting to which of their classmates they would kill if given the chance. The ACLU says the girls were engaging in "teenage banter" and the conversation could not have been interpreted seriously.