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The school condemns the video of her students holding the Nazi greeting



LOS ANGELES (AP) – A school district in Southern California condemned a video of high school kids who gave Nazi greetings and sang a Nazi song after it was released on Monday.

The video released by Daily Beast About 8 seconds out of it – shows members of the boys' water polo team at Pacifica High School in Garden Grove in an empty room that was later used for a sports banquet, according to government officials.

The song, written by German composer Herms Niel during Hitler's rise, was played to inspire Nazi troops during World War II.

The Garden Grove Unified School District said in a statement that the footage was shot last November, but that administrators did not notice the video until March. It was said that the students were unattended at the time. The district said on Monday that the administrators "discussed the situation with all involved students and families," but did not state exactly what disciplinary action it took.

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"I think this is an indication a change in the number of "Even before Nazi rhetoric was spread on a very fragmented Internet," said Brian Levin, Director of Hate and Extremism Studies at California State University, San Bernardino.

Levin called it "disturbing". "and said these incidents are becoming more common as anti-Semitism online increases, especially in the" darker corners of the Internet. "

This is the second time a high school in Orange County has studied with its students Students in schools in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District faced suspension in March after photos of them appeared playing beer pong with cups set in swastika formation.


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