Why are cadets who are exhibiting self-harm behaviors being retained at the USCGA? One cadet who was reported for "cutting" behaviors was allowed to stay after he was supposedly treated. This cadet was then found in the middle of the night, pounding on a classmate's room door standing in a pool of his own blood. Apparently after a night of drinking in the barracks, he resumed his cutting behavior. Why is this cadet still at the USCGA? Is this really the type of person we want in charge of our nation's service men and woman. I understand compassion for mental health, but when do we decide that a person is just not stable enough to serve as an officer?