Penn State’s Trustees Meet To Debate Freeh Report
HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) — Penn State’s trustees are debating the university’s own investigation into how top administrators handled reports about Jerry Sandusky showering with children more than a decade ago.
The meeting Friday inside a packed conference room at Hershey Medical Center was a chance for the board to discuss the report led by former FBI director Louis Freeh.
The Freeh report has drawn criticism from some university and others, and recently generated a rebuttal produced by the family of former head coach Joe Paterno.
The session is starting with a review of the Freeh report by trustee Ken Frazier, who led the task force set up to deal with the Sandusky scandal shortly after the former assistant coach was arrested.
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