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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Air Force Academy Racist Messages Fake

Racist messages written on a whiteboard at the Air Force Academy in September that made national news and inspired an impassioned speech from a lieutenant general were written by a student supposedly victimized by the messages.

A report from KKTV11 Tuesday states “one of the cadet candidates at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School allegedly targeted by racist remarks has been found responsible for the act.”

The cadet candidate has now left the school, KKTV11 reports.

Spokesperson Lt. Col. Allen Herritage told The Gazette in an email, “We can confirm that one of the cadet candidates who was allegedly targeted by racist remarks written outside of their dorm room was actually responsible for the act,” adding, “(t)he individual admitted responsibility and this was validated by the investigation.”

Messages that read “Go home n***er” were discovered drawn on whiteboards outside the rooms of African-American cadet candidates at the Air Force Academy late September.



Anonymous said...

Always the case.

lmclain said...

Will the commander now apologize for that ace-hole speech he gave to the innocent of racist crap white cadets he lectured like they were wearing swastikas taped to their foreheads, and replace it with a tirade against black people falsely instigating "racist acts"?
Too politically incorrect.
Stick to lashing and smearing the white people.
He may be able to run for a democrat's seat. He'd fit right in....

Anonymous said...

Eventually some moron white person will do this and it will be mainstream melt down for weeks Hollywood tweet storm few movies and congress will pass laws. Until then one news cycle.