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'We've always felt strongly this day would come:' Family of missing child hopes DNA proves identity
Photographer says Wisconsin boys waving, not making Nazi salute
In the photo, almost all of the 63 boys appear to make the Sieg Heil salute before their junior prom in the spring at Baraboo High School. One student also seems to be flashing a white power sign with his hand. The controversial picture is reported to have been taken by a local motorcycle photographer. Not every boy is saluting in the picture, however. The school superintendent released a statement saying an investigation into the photo is underway. We are investigating and will pursue any and all available and appropriate actions, including legal, to address," they said.
For four years, Nat Werth worked hard to achieve a huge goal: graduating first in his class at Sheboygan Lutheran High School, a highly religious school in Wisconsin. In March, the year-old received the good news. He'd done it.
Pitzen hasn't been seen since authorities say his mother took her own life in a Rockford hotel. Police in Sharonville, Ohio, said in a short incident report that a year-old boy told authorities Wednesday that he had "just escaped from two kidnappers" he described as white men with body builder-type physiques. The boy told police that after his escape he "kept running across a bridge into" Kentucky.