by: Matt Johnson Updated:
COBB COUNTY, Ga. - A video that depicts a student appearing to give the Nazi salute in the middle of a Kennesaw high school classroom is drawing outrage from students and parents.
The incident occurred Wednesday at Kennesaw Mountain High School.
The video, posted to Snapchat, shows a student hang a President Donald Trump campaign banner then quickly give the Nazi salute.
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"This breaks my heart," said Sonia Green, who has a child at the school. "He had put up a Trump flag and threw up a Nazi symbol and they actually think this is acceptable."
Students say the teacher in the room at the time may not have noticed the gesture.
Cobb County Schools said in a statement that school administration has "addressed the situation."
A district spokesperson did not comment on what kind of punishment, if any, was handed out to the student in the video.
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