SLED launches investigation into Skip ReVille

The picture above was taken of ReVille when we was a cadet at The Citadel. (Provided)

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) - The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is now investigating Louis "Skip" ReVille. {}

Friday, The Citadel Board of Visitors asked the state to conduct a public investigation into the college's response to information it received regarding sexual allegations against ReVille, in 2007. {}In a letter sent to Attorney General Alan Wilson, board chairman Doug Snyder explained the reasoning behind the request.{}"We believe that in the spirit of transparency, the public interest will be served by your identifying an independent counsel to conduct this review and issue findings to the Board of Visitors and the people of South Carolina," Snyder wrote.Last week, Citadel President, Lt. Gen. John W. Rosa admitted to organizing an investigation into ReVille in 2007, after receiving complaints from the family of a former camper, at a Citadel sponsored summer camp. Those complaints accused ReVille of inappropriate sexual behavior. {}The Citadel never reported the accusations to law enforcement.{}The Board of Visitors says The Citadel stands ready to cooperate fully in providing what is necessary for the state to complete the requested review.{}


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