Arizona high school students create human swastika in viral Snapchat post
A group of high school students in an affluent Phoenix suburb were depicted laying on the floor in a swastika formation in a now-viral Snapchat post.
Local news station ABC 15 reported that the identities of the students at Paradise Valley High School have yet to be revealed, but the school said they are investigating the incident.
“Paradise Valley High School administration was notified that several students were photographed in a pose depicting a racist symbol,” the school said in a statement. “PVSchools does not tolerate or condone this type of behavior. Paradise Valley High School is conducting an investigation, and student(s) will be disciplined in accordance with the Parent/Student Handbook.”
It’s unclear if the photo, which was posted on Snapchat, was taken the at the school or at another location.
A year ago, an elementary school and the surrounding neighborhood in Paradise Valley were vandalized with swastikas.