Transcript for New videos prompt school to expand probe into alleged Nazi tributes
Next this evening, to that facing school in California facing outrage. Tonight, there are now new videos emerging, that school facing new scrutiny. And here again, Matt Gutman. Reporter: Newly surfaced videos prompting school officials jut south of los Angeles to expand their investigation into allegations some students engaged in acts associated with Nazis and the confederacy. In one video, you can see someone holding a German flag, appearing to high step and do the Sieg heil salute. The images emerging just days after this video, students at an off-campus banquet last November, appearing to do a Sieg heil salute. One teen singing a German marching song associated with the Nazis. The Garden Grove school district telling ABC news it found out about that video months later, saying that it "Strongly condemns" the behavior, and that it disciplined the students involved privately, but that it "Did not involve the larger school or district community in addressing the issue." That left parents and teachers from Pacifica high school outraged overnight. You failed miserably. Reporter: Tonight, the Pacifica high principal apologizing. We are sorry that our investigation and our transparency with the Pacifica community fell drastically short. Reporter: And Dave, it is still unclear how those students were disciplined after that initial video surfaced. And tonight, that school principle reiterating that any student found engaging in either hate speech or activities will be punished.
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