When Sheboygan Falls High School basketball players Jordan, Jamal and Juwaun Jackson posed for a photograph for a newspaper profile, they probably didn't expect that it would lead to them being suspended and investigated by police. But that's what happened. Jordan posed making a sign commonly used by NBA players after making a three-point shot. But officials with the Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, school district had apparently never seen it, so they asked the police department to investigate, and the cops insist it's a gang sign, which led the school to suspend them.
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