Official: U of L president has full support of trustees

The chairman of the University of Louisville’s board of trustees says President James Ramsey has the board’s full support during an FBI investigation of top health care executive David Dunn and two other officials.
    
Ramsey placed Dunn and Pricilla Hancock on paid leave Wednesday, the day after The Courier-Journal reported the FBI investigation of possible misuse of federal funds. Dunn’s former top aide, Russell Bessette, resigned in Jan. 2014.
    
The newspaper reports (http://cjky.it/1U8vfDT) Larry Benz spoke with reporters Thursday after an executive committee meeting.
    
Benz declined to discuss the allegations but said the review likely will be completed in "a matter of months."
    
U of L also is awaiting the results of an NCAA investigation into allegations basketball recruits and players were provided prostitutes paid for by a former employee.

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