Carlson Muss, of Beaverton, Oregon, is a funny and talented guy; it said he was on his now defunct web site, Sexy and available Guy. But funny or talented were not the words that administrators at the Beaverton Public School District would have used to describe the 13-year-old. Perhaps, sick and disgusting might have applied two years ago when they expelled Muss for creating a web site which featured death threats against fellow students and teachers at his Middle School. Muss has been joined by the ACLU in <a href="http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/news/1043327193177890.xml">suing Beaverton schools for more than $100K as a result of his expulsion.</a> The contention in the law suit is quite clear; Beaverton infringed on Carlsons First Amendment rights in punishing him for creating the web site on his computer, in his home, away from school property. The school district also subsequently refused to enroll him in their Arts & Communication Magnet Academy. Carlsons ACLU lawyer says that the school district overreacted to his web site which did include slams against Canadians, overweight people, gays, and some death threats where the names of some of his fellow students were identified. Having admitted to all of that, Carlsons attorney said that there was never any intention to commit any acts of violence and nobody at the school felt threatened. The school district is not commenting on whether any of the students or faculty did feel threatened, however. Muss attends a private school currently; part of the suit is over the pain and humiliation of expulsion and the other part is cover his tuition to the private school. Open and shut case?