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RICHMOND — A man who sexually assaulted a fellow University of Virginia student in 1984 and apologized to her two decades later as part of the Alcoholics Anonymous program is scheduled to be released from prison on parole after serving six months of an 18-month sentence.
In an exchange of e-mails that ensued, Beebe wrote: "I want to make clear that I'm not intentionally minimizing the fact of having raped you. I did."
The case was revived in 2005 after Beebe wrote Mrs. Seccuro a letter of apology in an attempt to atone for the fraternity party assault as part of AA's 12-step recovery program.