Virginia Tech trial, Day 5: Steger believed apology would inappropriately imply wrongdoing
The president of Virginia Tech and its crisis public relations managers discussed issuing an apology in the months after the April 16 campus shootings.
But university president Charles Steger didn’t feel it was appropriate, according to testimony read in Montgomery County Circuit Court today that had been transcribed from an interview with a managing director of Burson-Marsteller, which assisted in developing Tech’s communications strategy beginning in late April 2007.
The Roanoke Times has more coverage of the trial here.
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