My aunt told me today that her nephew on the other side of her family was "separated" (dismissed/expelled or whatever it's called) from West Point probably about 4 or 5 years ago. The cadet was in his second year and had what she called a walking pass for the weekend. He was offered a car ride to NYC by an officer and he accepted it, apparently unaware that he couldn't do that with just a "walking pass." A fellow cadet turned him in and he was kicked out. Does this story sound legitimate? Maybe she didn't have all the details (ie, it sounds like it could be an honor violation since he was turned in), but I didn't realize a situation like this would be grounds for expulsion.