Otherwise, if I say "my arm itches" and it didn't, it would be a felony.
So, the camera argument, unless they're looking for a camera that was used to bludgeon someone, how is lying about "you're being filmed" a felony, unless you're being investigated for some weird crime that involves not filming people.
To paraphrase out_of_the_blue himself: "your problem is that you refuse to generalize."
Blue actually believes that generalizing gives us the right answer. Nuance is non-existent. You can't try things on a case by case basis. Rich people are bad because being rich makes them bad. Anyone who says "some rich people are bad" is an idiot for even considering the possibility of the existence of a non-bad rich person.
It's the same for everything. He probably doesn't like food, or likes all food. Because "some food is bad" wouldn't be generalizing, and blue won't accept anything except blanket statements and generalizing.
"Will this file note that the two boys "pointed pencils at each other and made shooting noises?" Or will it state something to the effect that the boys broke the school's policy on violence and threatening behavior? My guess is the latter, which will allow anyone perusing the record to imagine the worst."