LOUIS FREEH REPORT PENN STATE PDF
Louis J. Freeh, who five years ago produced a scathing report on the culpability of Pennsylvania State University administrators in the Jerry. Note to readers: is using to annotate the Louis Freeh report on Penn State’s role in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case. Click on . Penn State officials reported today (July 17) on the rapid and federal Judge Louis Freeh in the aftermath of the child sexual abuse committed.
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Shreffler testified before the grand jury that director of the campus police, Thomas Harmon, told him to drop the case.
In his grand jury testimony, Paterno said that he was only told about Sandusky “fondling or doing something of a sexual nature” to the victim. Archived from the original on November 9, Retrieved April 19, Further, following reports of the arrests, criticism of Penn State leadership and Paterno himself included calls for their dismissal for allegedly “protecting Penn State’s brand instead of a child”   and allowing Sandusky to retain emeritus status and repory access to the university’s football program and facilities, despite knowledge of the allegations of sexual abuse.
Freeh concluded that Paterno, Spanier, Curley and Schultz were complicit in “conceal[ing] Sandusky’s activities from the Board of Trustees, the University community and authorities.
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July report on Freeh recommendations shows quick action by Penn State
Retrieved January 14, On November 14, Sandusky gave his first interview after being arrested. Spanier remained a tenured sociology professor at Penn State, despite being stripped of his duties as president.
I love to be around them. Additionally, the NCAA said that since Penn State had commissioned the Freeh report and accepted its findings, further proceedings would be redundant. Retrieved June 22, Sandusky’s conduct and other campus dangers.
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In this testimony, McQueary got the month and year wrong. Wrong year cited for incident in Sandusky case”.
But I had reached the conclusion that, from the standpoint of what the University’s values would be interpreted to be by stae broader public, that what was satte was sufficiently serious as it relates to child sexual abuse that it would send the wrong message about our values as a University if Coach Paterno were allowed to coach as though none of this had ever happened.
He also hinted that he had not ruled out issuing the so-called ” death penalty “, which would have forced Penn State to cancel at least the season. Retrieved from ” https: This article needs to be updated. Jerry Sandusky ran boys camps for years”.
Special Investigative Counsel Report Regarding Actions of Penn State
As stated by Mr. Bangs goes on to say that the error “calls into question the accuracy and penh of the entire report”. The Chronicle of Higher Education Inc. Sandusky faced a maximum sentence of years in prison. Retrieved 23 December Retrieved February 20, Retrieved November 5, He was among one of the 26 victims involved in the settlement amount that was reached in October Retrieved 27 July He did say, however, that if Erickson and Penn State had not signed the consent decree, the NCAA would have launched a full-blown infractions investigation that would have had “an unknown outcome.
An Indianapolis attorney who represents sex abuse victims said, “That’s not normal. Victims also commonly reported that Sandusky would place his hand on their thighs or inside the waistband of their underpants.
News, Rsport 20, Archived from the original PDF on June 8, Penn State has responded in various ways. In an email McQueary sent prosecutors, released years later, he wrote, ‘I feel my words were slightly twisted.
Coach may have whistle-blower status. Corbett previously served as attorney general”. In response, Penn State’s trustees announced that they accepted the report’s conclusions and would implement corrective measures.
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