West Point Decides No Punitive Action for Female Cadets in Raised-Fists Photo

The elite academy said no Defense Department or Army regulations were violated.
0:21 | 05/11/16

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Black West Point cadets under scrutiny for controversial photo will not be punished the sixteen female cadets raise their fists in a pre graduation photo. Some have suggested it was a political gesture but the military academy found that the group. Photo did not violate any rules against political activity and mentor for the woman said they were simply celebrating graduation.

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