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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Mark Stenning
Newport's International Tennis Hall of Fame says it will announce a new chief executive officer.
Former doubles champion Bob Hewitt was suspended from the International Tennis Hall of Fame after an investigation into allegations that he sexually abused girls he coached, and his legacy has been stripped from the institution.
Former doubles champion Bob Hewitt has been suspended from the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport after an investigation into allegations that he sexually abused girls he coached, and his legacy has been stripped from the institution, officials announced Thursday.
Stenning said Hewitt's plaque in the Tennis Hall and other references to him there and on the Hall's website, were removed Thursday.
The Hall executive committee voted unanimously this week to suspend Hewitt indefinitely after an outside investigation deemed credible the allegations of multiple women who said they were abused by Hewitt while he was coaching them decades ago, Hall CEO Mark Stenning told The Associated Press on Thursday.