In the United States, several West Virginia correctional facilities were suspended from work for a Nazi salute in photographs. About this writes Vice.
During the training, prison guards took a joint photograph in an official form. In the picture, they performed a Nazi salute together, and Hail Byrd hung on the wall. According to Charleston Gazette-Mail, the inscription was a greeting from the classroom director.
This photograph outraged state governor Jim Justice. He stated that he would not tolerate such behavior among prison staff. Several people were suspended from work, although Justice demanded that all people be fired from the photograph. An investigation is underway.
Secretary of the Department of Military Affairs and Public Security Jeff Sandy called the photo unpleasant and inappropriate. He emphasized that the Department of Corrections ordered that all printed copies of the image be destroyed.