ASU Attorney Says Releasing Audit Before Review Was Unfair
A 36-page preliminary audit report regarding Governor Bentley's findings on Alabama State University's finances has the school's attorney concerned, as he and board officials try to review the report.
We spoke with Alabama State University's attorney, U.W. Clemon, who says it was unfair for Governor Bentley's office to release the results of the audit before ASU could review it.
"By it's very words is incomplete it is tentative. The issues of the report have not interviewed all of the persons who have knowledge concerning the matters addressed by the report. They have not seen all of the documents," Said Clemon, referring to the auditing company.
Some students like Student Government Association's Press Secretary, Thayvez Davenport, are wondering who put up the signs.
"No we are not aware of what group, but we can tell you it was not the Student Government Association we're going to resolve things in a political and peaceful manner as we always do," Said Davenport.