Eastern Virginia Medical School published its report in the form of a photograph of two persons – a black-faced and a KKK-robe. The photo appeared Wednesday on Governor Ralph Northam's 1984 yearbook, but said it could not "definitively determine." the identity of one of the persons shown.
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"Regarding the photo on the personal page of Governor Northam, we could not clearly identify the identity of the people depicted in the photo, and the governor himself made inconsistent public statements on this matter Knowing that the governor is a person in the photo, and no person with knowledge has contacted us that the governor is in the photo, "the report said Wednesday morning to the reporters has been.
The photo that came to light in early February This year Northam, a Democrat, triggered a series of screams and widespread calls to resign.
At a press conference the day after the outbreak of the photography controversy, Northam said he did not believe he was a person on the racist photo, but admitted that he had once darkened his face to Michael Jackson during a dance contest a year 1
"Yesterday I took responsibility for content that appeared on my site that was clearly racist and offensive I will not apologize for the content of the photo It was offensive, racist and despicable I have it for the first time I "I was horrified that they have appeared on my page," said Northam at a lengthy press conference in Virginia's Executive Mansion on February 2.
"I do not think I'm one of the people on this photo right now, it's disgusting, offensive and racist," Northam said.