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January 18, 2019

DAILYKENN.com --A group of students "appear to be performing a Nazi salute," a school official said. 

Students routinely "perform" the clinched fist communist salute with no official complaints, let alone repercussions. 

And so we wonder: Why is Nazi-like behavior unacceptable while Stasi-like behavior is glossed over. 

From fox59.com ▼

Zionsville High School is investigating a controversial picture posted on Instagram.

According to a statement by Superintendent Scott Robison, several students in the photo “appear to be performing a Nazi salute.” Robison says 10 out of 14 students in the photo appear to be making the gesture.

The caption posted along with the picture on Instagram said, “Rumblin bumblers isn’t just a indoor soccer team, we are a cultural phenomenon.”

Robison says another student saw the photo on social media. That person forwarded it to a teacher, who forwarded it to him.

He says a full investigation into the matter will begin as soon as students return to campus on Friday. He did not specify what kind, if any, punishment those students may face.


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  1. Was the social media they posted on owned or controlled by the school or was it something public, if it's the latter you don't have anything to say in the matter. A school does not control the public lives of the students. I'd tell you to go pack sand

  2. The picture was taken on school property.

  3. RB4L has lived this way for years


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