Source: Bill Dedman / MSNBC
Penn State football coach Joe Paterno and other university leaders “repeatedly concealed critical facts” relating to assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky’s child sex abuse from authorities, according to Louis Freeh, the former FBI director who conducted an investigation for the university in the Sandusky scandal.
Freeh also found that “although concern to treat the child abuser humanely was expressly stated, no such sentiments were ever expressed” by university officials, including Paterno and the university president, for Sandusky’s victims. The report says that five boys were assaulted by Sandusky on university property after officials knew about a 1998 criminal investigation.
The report says the main cause of the university’s failure was a desire to avoid bad publicity.
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