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Clyde A. Best

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Knox College


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WGIL-AM


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Inside Higher Ed :: Knox Found Negligent in Student's Death

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In March 1988, Clyde A. Best, then a student at Knox, a private liberal-arts institution in Galesburg, Ill., beat Andrea Racibozynski, a 19-year-old freshman, to death with a brick in a glass-enclosed stairwell.Best was sentenced to 60 years in prison in 1999 after pleading guilty but mentally ill.Most notably, 9 of the 20 light bulbs in the stairwell were burned out or another 6 had been turned off, possibly by Best.


AP Wire | 05/22/2006 | Jury rules against Knox College in wrongful death lawsuit

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The 12-member Knox County jury deliberated for 2 1/2 hours before awarding Andrea Racibozinki's family $1.05 million in the wrongful death lawsuit against Knox College and Clyde Best, WGIL-AM reported.Best, who also was a Knox College student, pleaded guilty but mentally ill to the March 1998 murder of the Naperville freshman and was sentenced to 60 years in prison.


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