Hollister Tryon: Connecticut Man Charged for Hitler Quote







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Hollister Tryon.

Hollister Tryon is a former Connecticut high school student who was arrested after police allege he put a quote from Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in a yearbook and attributed it to George Floyd, who died under the knee of convicted ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in 2020. Glastonbury Police also said he snuck a reference to the Boston marathon bomber into the yearbook.

Tryon, 18, was arrested on a warrant Friday, July 9, and charged with two counts of third-degree computer crime, according to the Hartford Courant. Tryon is accused of changing two students’ entries when police allege he illegally accessed a database that students used to submit their yearbook quotes, the newspaper reported.

School officials made the discovery after distribution of the 2021 yearbooks had already begun in May, the Courant reported. School administrators issued a recall on the yearbooks and notified police, the newspaper said.


Hollister Tryon is a former Connecticut high school student who was arrested after police allege he put a quote from Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in a yearbook and attributed it to George Floyd, who died under the knee of convicted ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in 2020.