USAF responds to 'racist' Snapchat video

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(Credit: Snapchat/ Brianna Haas)(Charge: Snapchat/ Brianna Haas)
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) –

Even the U.S. Air Power reacted to a Snap Chat video later it was posted to a U.S. Air Pressure recruitment Facebook page.

The video includes a new ceremony member riding on a truck along with buddies making hurtful comments, including announcing that the group was moving”n***** hunting.”

Area of the USAF statement said, “Our airmen originate in all of backgrounds and opinions such as these do not fall in accord with your civilization. We carry episodes like this really seriously and actions is going to be used up on further investigation as required. ”

Even the Jefferson County resident Tabitha Duncan had been fired from her career at Social Bar and Grill at South St. Louis County after the restaurant owners stated that they had been aware of their “dreadful, disgusting and offensive video. ”

“I was drunk. I’ve got black buddies. I have folks in my loved ones. I didn’t even understand that I was recorded,” Duncan mentioned in a response to the New York Daily News.

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