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Citadel Board releases review about ReVille investigation

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Friday The Citadel Board of Visitors released the findings of the independent review of the college's 2007 actions surrounding the Louis "Skip" ReVille matter.

The report concluded that there appeared to be no conspiracy or decision to cover up the incidents by the Citadel.  The report advised the Citadel to appoint a Child protection Officer and an oversight committee.  Additionally, the report says the Citadel needs to revise its policy about reporting abuse to make it more clear.

Joe McCulloch (serving as special legal counsel and liaison to the board and to the independent review team) and Gary Margolis of Margolis, Healy & Associates was present. Ann Franke of Wise Results, LLC, will be on by teleconference. BOV Chairman Doug Snyder was also in attendance at the briefing.

The board met with reporters from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. in the Courvoisie Room, inside the Holliday Alumni Center, 69 Hagood Ave.

The report(s) are available online.

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