Christian claims he had no idea he was in possession of a counterfeit note, and his parents also attest to this fact. Although the parents took the matter to the police, the school refused to change the sentence.

Law came to Christian from his father, Irvine, a retired veteran. Mr Fillon received the bill when he received cash after buying food from a restaurant. He claims he had no prior experience with counterfeit money, so he was unable to tell it apart from the original coin.

Mr Fillon filed a police report in the hope that this would prove his son’s innocence in the case. The boy’s mother told the TV news channel that the boy would not have received a fake bill if either of them had known the bill was not original.

Christian described the incident involving Bill.

He said he was shocked when dining room staff discovered his $20 bill had been forged with a pen that changed color in the presence of fake paper.

The child’s parents are appealing on the grounds that this crime will put a flaw in their son’s perfect case. The boy is a straight student, is involved in athletics.

The Philon family are puzzled as to why the school insists on punishing the boy, who apparently had no idea the bill was forged.

The director said the boy should not be punished. After a review by the school board, the boy was allowed to return to class.

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