CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The Citadel is now under scrutiny for the way it handled a sex abuse allegation against Louis "Skip" ReVille who worked at the school as a camp counselor from 2000 to 2004. The man leading the school, President Lieutenant General John Rosa, is feeling the heat.
"If you're following behind somebody drunk driving and you know he's drunk and you don't call anybody to report it and he eventually kills somebody," questions Carter, "is it your fault?"
The answer to that question as it relates to the Citadel will have to be determined by an internal and an independent investigation to be shared with the public in the future.
The Citadel Board of Visitors called on South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson Friday, asking him to conduct an investigation that will report its findings directly to the board and the public about the way the Citadel handled the 2007 complaint against ReVille.
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