OSBI Won't Examine Langston University Administrator's Computer

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Friday, August 17, 2012

A week after confirming a forensic examination of a Langston University administrator's computer would be conducted, Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation officials said no such examination will take place.

OSBI officials plan to return the computer belonging to Langston and assigned to Charles King, the university's vice president for institutional advancement and development, without conducting the examination, OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown said Wednesday.

Brown said Aug. 8 that the bureau planned to examine the computer for anything illegal that may have been on it. The proposed examination came at the request of Langston campus police, she said. Brown wouldn't give the reason for the police department's request.

Campus police department members also wouldn't explain why they asked OSBI to examine the computer.

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