A New Jersey high school student created an anti-gun-control video, but instead of getting a good grade, he got suspended and ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation, News 12 is reporting. Frank Harvey says he was assigned the anti-gun-control project last year, as part of a college readiness course at Manville High School. Harvey completed the project over the summer.

Unfortunately, he accidentally left his project on a thumb drive that he left in a computer in the school library. On Monday, someone else found it and turned it into school officials. The school contacted the police. Frank was called in to explain himself. A police investigation cleared the high school student of any wrongdoing, but school officials weren’t so forgiving. He was suspended indefinitely and won’t be allowed to return until he undergoes a five-hour psychological evaluation. READ MORE