New Details in ReVille Sex Case

Documents: ReVille tried to turn himself in.

Documents released this week in the Louis "Skip" ReVille sex abuse case reveal new allegations in the wide-ranging child sex abuse case.

Among the new claims, ReVille told authorities that he attempted in 2001 to admit to early sex abuse claims, but that police at the Citadel did not return his messages, according to a Sunday Post and Courier story.

Read full coverage of the Skip ReVille case.

He was sentenced to 50 years in prison, and authorities contend he will likely never be a free man.

The newspaper published ReVille's statements along with a letter to the sentencing judge from his wife, Carrie ReVille, and a case summary from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.

Read the full story on PostandCourier.com.

Richard Hayes July 09, 2012 at 01:43 PM
How can we believe anything he says? None of this information has been vetted -- it looks like he is fabricating stories of himself going to others and they did nothing - moving the blame for his atrocious acts to others. I know personnally those people he is trying to "blame", and I would believe them anyday before I would ever believe ReVille. I may be biased -- ReVille taught my son English for two of those year at Pinewood and was his tennis coach for two years. Fortunately I was there most of the time, and of course would have never let my son go to his house alone, bible studies or not...


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