Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 11:15 pm (Updated: March 27, 11:30 pm)
It's not unusual for people to hand out things at school board meetings.
That doesn't mean board members aren't surprised sometimes at the things they get.
Val McNabb, chairman of the Roane County Tea Party, passed out books on Sharia Law at this month's board meeting.
“I wasn't expecting that,” school board Chairman Everett Massengill said.
The book – “Sharia Law for Non-Muslims” – was published by the Center for the Study of Political Islam.
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