[Breaking]More on the West Point rape case

recordonline.com reports that:

United States Military Academy cadet has been convicted of rape in military court.
The judge in the court-martial has found Cadet Kyle C. Newman guilty on one charge of rape and one count of indecent conduct.
Newman was facing court-martial on two counts of rape and one count of indecent conduct. He had pleaded not guilty on those counts. On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to three violations of a lawful general order of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, admitting to leaving post and fraternizing with a freshman cadet.

recordonline.com reports that:

Two young women Wednesday detailed in military court their accusations that each was raped by Cadet Kyle C. Newman last year.

Newman is facing court-martial on two counts of rape and one count of indecent conduct. He has pleaded not guilty on those counts. On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to three violations of a lawful general order of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, admitting to leaving post and fraternizing with a freshman cadet. Newman is a member of the Class of 2010, but has not yet graduated the Academy.

In opening statements, the defense counsel argued that the sexual encounters were consensual.