"Rando Da Bando", AKA Randy Ross, who was arrested after filming a rap video, titled "School Shooter," at school locations in Greece was NOT indicted by a grand jury.
Ross was charged with making a terroristic threat after posting the video on YouTube.
MANY questions were raised on if the song was protected under the First Amendment.
"Songs, generally, are protected," said attorney Larry Kasperek. "Songs are a basis of communication. He's trying to communicate an idea."
Ross' music video has over 27,000 views.