At an Army-Navy Game this month, cadets flashed the 'OK' hand gesture for television cameras — a symbol popular with hate groups. West Point officials say they were playing an "innocent game." NPR - Published
A Navy probe into hand gestures being made by cadets and midshipmen during the Army-Navy game found that the students were "participating in a sophomoric game'' and had no racist intent. ESPN - Published
The hand sign, akin to an "OK" gesture, has been commonly used by Neo-Nazis and other extremists in recent years, in relation to its ambiguous nature.
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West Point and the Naval Academy have launched investigations into whether cadets flashed a racist hand gesture at the Army-Navy football game. The image was seen on TV. David Martin reports. CBS News - Published Also reported by •SBS •FOX Sports •Seattle Times
Two investigations are underway over whether cadets and midshipmen flashed a white power sign on live TV. They were seen making the sign behind a reporter before Saturday's Army-Navy game. David Martin.. CBS News - Published
PHILADELPHIA — West Point is investigating a hand gesture made by several cadets and midshipmen during an ESPN pre-game broadcast at the Army-Navy game Saturday after clips of the signals went viral.. Seattle Times - Published
The historic House vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump - a vote that would make Mr. Trump only the third president to be impeached - is just days away. On Saturday, the president.. CBS News - Published
Saturday marked the third time President Trump has attended the Army-Navy game since his election. The first time was as president-elect in 2016.
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