Outrage as West Virginia corrections officers give Nazi salute in class photo

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A CLASS photo of rookie prison officers performing a Nazi salute has sparked outrage in the US. The men and women were on a training course when they posed for a group picture in uniform – which was printed under the slogan “Hail Byrd!”. The logo of the West Virginia Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation […]

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