NUTLEY. NJ - After an investigation by the Nutley Police Department and Essex County Prosecutors Office, it was determined that no crime was committed in the video created and shared by Nutley Public Schools High School students.

The video, reportedly shot on New Year's Eve, featured three Caucasian females looking directly into the camera stating "I hate N****s," "N****s suck" along with some other phrases. On Thursday Jan. 2, 2020, the Nutley Public Schools District issued a statement from Nutley Superintendent of Schools Dr. Julie Glazer in which she condemned the actions.

Read more: Nutley Public Schools Superintendent Issues Statement About Nutley High School Students Using Racist Language on Video

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A statement from the Nutley Police Department , emailed to residents at approximately 6:30 p.m. Thursday night reads"

"Although the actions of these juveniles did not rise to the level of committing a crime, their actions were in poor taste and does not reflect the sentiment of Nutley Residents.

The Nutley Police Department will continue to monitor social media outlets. Although it is understood, that everyone has the right to voice their opinions. Any perceived threats or acts of violence will be fully investigated."

Local parents, who wish to remain anonymous, told TAPinto Nutley the three females in the video are freshman in the high school.


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