Attorney wants The Citadel to provide documents
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - A lawyer for some of the victims of a sex abuse case wants The Citadel to provide all documents related to an investigation of the school's handling of the allegations against a former school camp counselor
The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that attorney Mullins McLeod says he wants information and the truth of how the school handled complaints in 2007 involving Louis ReVille.
McLeod represents three victims who have sued the school. They contend The Citadel's failure to properly investigate the complaints allowed ReVille to continue molesting people.
He pleaded guilty last June to molesting 23 boys in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties beginning in 2002.
Citadel attorney Dawes Cooke says the documents McLeod is seeking are part of an ongoing investigation.