The easy availability over the internet of graphic video footage showing an American civilian being beheaded in Iraq has caused problems for some school administrators.

Teachers in at least six states--California, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Texas--have been disciplined or are under investigation for showing the video to students during class, according to Associated Press reports. In other reported cases, students were caught using school computers to access the video on their own.

The video of the beheading of American civilian contractor Nicholas Berg, 26, was posted on a web site


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