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It may be trivially true or trivially false, just a quick ask, if $k=\overline{k}$ and char k = p>0, X is a p-divisible group over $k$, suppose the Newton polygon of $X$ is symmetric, then there always exists an abelian variety $A$ over $k$ such that $A[p^\infty]\cong X$. Is this statement true?