Louis "Skip" ReVille will likely spend the rest of his life in jail.
He has pleaded guilty to charges of sexually assaulting 35 children over 10 years in the Lowcountry. But other victims — especially in Dorchester County — are unknown or remained silent during ReVille's arrest and through to his sentencing.
Dorchester County Assistant Solicitor Meghan Hall said this week that many "victims in Dorchester County have never come forward."
Some of ReVille's earliest victims were likely in the county, as he worked for a private school in Summerville. Pinewood Preparatory School now faces lawsuits from victims alleging complaints on ReVille's behavior were never followed up on by the school's administration. A month after ReVille was arrested in October, Summerville Police put out a call seeking victims.
But not many are being outspoken about the darkness that swept over Summerville and the children here.
"(Many of the victims) have moved on and gone to college," Hall said. "This case brought a complicated and sad part of their past to the present."
What's your take? Will victims heal now that ReVille is in jail? Can you ever heal from such an atrocity?