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In New Hampshire, students will circulate through Snapchat is rumored that a student assaulted a dozen girls, although police say that it is false

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Because a man in a New Hampshire high school student is sexually assaulted about a dozen female students, and the teachers knew it, and you don’t have to work — spread out over Snapchat, in which students are to engage in protests over the past week. However, the researchers say, “no crimes appear to have been carried out.

The allegations are disseminated to students at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, according to Derry Police Capt. Vern Thomas, who said rumors that the student has sexually assaulted about a dozen female students, quickly spread on the social media app.

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But, in spite of the allegations, “it does not seem to be the crimes that have been committed as alleged in the Snapchat post,” Thomas said in a news release, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader.

The social media message that has found its way into a number of the students who claimed that the allegations had been reported to the administrator at Pinkerton, which didn’t do anything in response. But school officials said nothing was ever reported to them.

On Thursday, the school’s director, Dr. His Powers, explaining the situation in a letter to the parents, in writing, that, on Wednesday, and on Thursday, they learned of “deeply troubling” allegations, which are part of the unacceptable behaviour.

“We take allegations such as these very seriously and will not tolerate any behavior that threatens the health, safety and well-being of each and every member of our school community,” Powers said.

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The manager said they had heard of the allegations, the school contacted the local police department and the New Hampshire Department of Children’s and young people’s Services. He said that school officials were cooperating with investigators.

A rumor that circulated on Snapchat under the Pinkerton Academy students last week, claimed to be a male student sexually assaulted about a dozen female college students.
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After learning of the allegations, the police reportedly began to investigate immediately, and interviewed dozens of students, including those of the person who shared the statement in Snapchat self.

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“She also said she had no information about sexual assault and the only re-posted something she read. She had no idea who it could have been that the victim or the suspect or details of the crime,” the head of the police department said in a news release. “We don’t know where it came from. She said that she re-posted something she read.”

The rumors, which led to a protest by a group of students who “participated in a demonstration between all the classes,” a spokesman for the school, Juliet Mitchell, ” the union leader, in a statement.

“As stated in our letter, Pinkerton Academy supports and encourages all students to use their voice in a peaceful and constructive manner,” the statement read. “We know our students in a respectful display of support for one another during these challenging times.”

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Thomas said the rumors about the false information circulated among the students, but he had never seen anything of this “magnitude.”

“Reports such as the one described in this incident may not be shared, but it was immediately reported to law enforcement,” the police chief said, adding that if the students feel that they do not like to go to the police, they should instead tell an adult what’s going on.

Snapchat does not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment.

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