West Point removes hate motto from football spirit flag
The U.S. Military Academy at West Point has removed a motto from the football team's spirit flag because of its connection to hate groups.
The letters GFBD, which stands for "God Forgives - Brothers Don't," were on a skull and crossbones flag.
The academy says it has been used by the team since the mid 1990s.
However, it was removed in early September after an internal investigation found the slogan has ties to white supremacists and gangs.