Academy officials say that brings to 70 the number of cadets
under investigation. Twenty of them have admitted to cheating,
while the others have denied it. Authorities say 265 cadets have been interviewed in the case.
The investigation involves a test on military etiquette administered to the freshman class in early April. Students found
to be guilty of cheating could be expelled, asked to resign or
placed on probation. The cadet commandant -- a brigadier general --
will make the final decisions on disciplinary action.