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Picture of smiling teachers with noose might be tied to notorious child abuse case

LOS ANGELES - Last week, four teachers and a principal were placed on leave after a photo of the Palmdale, Calif., educators posing with what appears to be a noose circulated on email and social media. The origin of the

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