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BYU Closes Investigation Into Records Leak

BYU Closes Investigation Into Records Leak



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PROVO, Utah (AP) -- Brigham Young University officials say they have completed an investigation into who leaked Provo Mayor Lewis Billings' schools records during his re-election campaign.

However, BYU officials won't say what action they took or who was involved.

In October during the mayoral race, a summary of Billings' school records from BYU was sent to the media. On his campaign Web site, Billings said he studied engineering and business at BYU. However, his school records showed he did NOT take any business classes.

BYU spokeswoman Carri Jenkins says this is the first time someone's records were made public in this nature. She says students' school records are safe and the situation involving Billings has been resolved. However, Billings says he is NOT aware of a resolution by BYU.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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