Source: The Huffington Post
Allegations of an institutional cover-up of the Penn State sexual abuse scandal reached a fever pitch on Monday after sources at the Attorney General’s Office indicated that former Penn State vice-president Gary Schultz kept a secret file on Jerry Sandusky’s alleged abusive incidents, casting doubt on his previous grand jury testimony, KDKA-TV reports.
“Only recently was the commonwealth provided with a file containing documents relating to incidents involving Sandusky,” Attorney General’s office said in a statement. “The file was created, maintained and possessed by Schultz. Documents in that file are inconsistent with statements by Schultz and his co-defendant, Curley, to the Grand Jury.”
The Attorney General also mentioned emails between Curley, Schultz and what KDKA-TV reports as “other high-ranking officials” that directly contradict Grand Jury testimony.
Penn State maintains the files in question were “immediately turned over.”
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