A Texas school district is not liable after a bizarre Holocaust role-playing lesson ended with students playing Jews suffering injuries while taking orders from ersatz Nazis, the 5th Circuit ruled. Andrew Yara, of Ochiltree County, sued the Perryton Independent School District in May 2012. Perryton is approximately 120 miles northeast of Amarillo. Yara claimed that students wearing red ribbons “must do everything school faculty or other students tell them to, including picking up other students’ trash, being taken outside and sprayed with water hoses, bear-crawling across the hot track, carrying other students’ books, and even carrying other students,” the complaint alleged…
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