PINAC Reporter Jeff Gray conducted a weeklong school bus safety investigation in his hometown of St. Augustine, Florida. His public records research revealed school bus drivers lying about mandatory pre-trip safety inspections, which he recorded them skipping. Now, St. Johns Sheriff’s are threatening to arrest Gray, and illegally demanding he stop recording their actions on a regular basis as you can see in the video below. Because you see, Florida’s St. Johns Schools Superintendent Joseph Joyner is suing him since, “the day after the San Bernardino shootings, Mr. Gray was seen by school officials acting in a suspicious and provocative manner, cruising in his van slowly back and forth past two schools,” said St Johns School Board General Counsel Frank Upchurch III. During Gray’s investigation, he probably made sure to strictly obey local speed limits. St. Johns County, like most schools creates school speed zones, where 15 mph speed limits protecting students are coupled with increased speeding fines. But St. Johns school district officials feel very unsafe that Jeff Gray obeyed the school zone speed limits. Gray holds a commercial driver’s license and has a day job driving trucks. He always follows speed limits. Last week, the St. Johns School Board sued Gray in an open act of censorship of the reporter’s First Amendment rights. Their suit asks Gray to remove all YouTube videos from his popular HonorYourOath channel. “We expect to defend the School Board’s lawsuit vigorously,” says Gray’s defense lawyer Lesley McKinney, “the School Superintendent does not have the power to unilaterally revoke the Constitutional rights of any citizen.” Our public records research indicates that they’ve spent $1500 on the action already, plus used more than a day of time from their General Counsel Upchurch as you can see below.