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WATCH LIVE ON GMM: Allegations of a hate crime at Stone County HS, parents demanding action

WATCH LIVE ON GMM: Allegations of a hate crime at Stone County HS, parents demanding action

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) -

The NAACP is calling for a federal hate crime investigation into an incident they say happened at Stone County High School. A woman claims a teenager put a noose around her son's neck on October 13th and pulled the noose tight.

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