'Victim' Admits To Writing Racist Graffiti At Air Force Academy

'Victim' Admits To Writing Racist Graffiti At Air Force Academy

'Victim' Admits To Writing Racist Graffiti At Air Force Academy

In September, a racist incident at the U.S. Air Force Academy Preparatory School added a dramatic entry to the growing list of hate incidents this year when five black cadets found racial slurs written on message boards on their doors.

Several sources say the cadet candidate, who hasn't been identified, committed the act in a freakish bid to get out of trouble he faced at the school for other misconduct.

The academy says the student is no longer at the school, but did not specify whether he withdrew or was expelled.

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'The individual admitted responsibility and this was validated by the investigation.

The cadet candidate who admitted writing the slurs "received administrative punishment" and has left the school, Lt. Col. Allen Herritage, the academy's director of public affairs, told CNN.

In response to the incident, academy superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria gave an anti-racism speech that was shared widely on the internet and has been viewed more than one million times. He stands by his sentiments and says that the situation "deserved to be addressed", especially in light of the current political backdrop, even if the circumstances weren't exactly as they appeared. "You can never overemphasize the need for a culture of dignity and respect-and those who don't understand those concepts aren't welcome here". The academy pledged to launch a full investigation into the incident.

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"If you demean someone in any way, you need to get out", Silveria said in his speech.

"There is absolutely no place in our Air Force for racism".

"We will continue to create a climate of dignity and respect for all, encourage ideas that do so, and hold those who fail to uphold these standards accountable", Herritage's email continued.

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