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The findings of an investigation into how a racist photo appeared on a yearbook page for Virginia Gov . Ralph Northam are set to be released.
Ralph Northam ’ s yearbook photo concludes : 3 sets of human remains found after gas explosion Rescue crews have been combing through t Law firm McGuireWoods has concluded its investigation examining the racist photo that appeared in Virginia Gov .
Law firm McGuireWoodsexamining the that appeared in Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s 1984 yearbook page at Eastern Virginia Medical School.
The president and provost of the school, Richard V. Homan, will unveil the investigation's findings during a press conference Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Richard Cullen and George Martin, partners at McGuireWoods, will also speak at the press conference.
The investigation was launched after a photo ofand another wearing a Ku Klux Klan robe and hood included from his page in the 1984 Eastern Virginia Medical School's yearbook was published.
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The investigation into the racist photo on Virginia Gov . Ralph Northam ' s yearbook page was inconclusive, but school officials knew of the photo before his election and did not go public. Mary louise kelly, host: Now to Norfolk, Va ., where after more than three months of investigation
The law firm handling an investigation into Virginia Gov . Ralph Northam ' s medical school yearbook page that included a blackface photo said Wednesday that it was unable to determine whether the governor appeared in the picture. The law firm of McGuireWoods conducted the probe on behalf of
Northam initially apologized for the photo, but he later said he didn’t believe he was one of the two men in the photo. He did confess he wore blackface in 1984 for acostume at a talent show.
Northam, a Democrat, has resisted pressure from figures including Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, both Democrats of Virginia, to step down from his post.
Northam reasserts he's not in racist yearbook photo after probe.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) on Wednesday reasserted that he was not in a racist photograph that appeared on his medical school yearbook page in 1984.Northam weighed in after investigators from a law firm said they could not determine who was pictured in the image, which showed one man wearing blackface and another dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan."I have cooperated with Richard Cullen and his team over the course of their investigation, both by making myself available for interviews and by turning over the findings of my private inquiry into the matter.