Pupil thrown out of school for saying ISIS

WasHINGTON: A 15-year-old student at a US school spar ked a federal probe when he allegedly substituted `ISIS' for the `United States of America' during the morning pledge of allegiance.

The student, who was not identified because he is a minor, is said to have committed the act before Christmas vacation, according to the Connecticut Post
The student from Ansonia, Connecticut is now being educated separately in a Board of Education annex building. Ansonia police said their probe is complete and that it was referred to Homeland Security , per protocol.

ISIS is the acronym often used to refer to the Islamic State terrorist group.


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