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FORT WORTH (CBS 11 NEWS) – They are eight words he wishes he could take back.  Last year, as a Byron Nelson High School student, Jared Raydon-Perry tweeted, “I really hope someone burns down this school.”

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Jared says he did it out of frustration of a friend being bullied and didn’t think about the consequences. He deleted the tweet minutes after posting it,  but someone had already saved a screen shot of it, which was passed along to school officials.

Jared Raydon-Perry was kicked out of his high school for a tweet considered to be a terroristic threat. (credit: CBS 11 News)

Jared Raydon-Perry was kicked out of his high school for a tweet considered to be a terroristic threat. (credit: CBS 11 News)

Jared was kicked out of his high school and sent to an alternative disciplinary school.

“It’s a scary environment…that school. It’s completely different from my normal school.”

Jared says Northwest ISD administrators told him that his tweet fell under a “terroristic threat” in the district handbook.

“I was over it. That anger. I understood my punishment. It was a problem,” he said. But when I found out about Tidwell and that student wasn’t getting any sort of punishment. It stirred back up my emotion. ”

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Jared is referring to a blog discovered last month, which was written by an 8th grader in the same school district as him. The blog graphically details the torture and killing of fellow classmates at Tidwell Middle School. But despite parental complaints and protests, that student has remained in class after the district deemed the writing was not a threat.

“It definitely makes me feel like I wasn’t treated fairly,” said Jared.

Northwest ISD wouldn’t discuss the specifics of each case but wrote in part:

“Every situation is independently investigated in terms of discipline. There are so many variables and instances that have to be considered that you cannot take one incident and compare it to another.”

Jared says the districts handbook needs to be revised because he believes administrators are sending the wrong message.

He also has this advice for other students.  “Anything you’re posting, don’t send it.”

With good behavior, Jared has since been let back into his high school.

Meanwhile, some Tidwell Middle School parents say they are moving their kids out of the district, home-schooling them or waiting on a transfer.

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