posted on July 12, 2012 12:40
Written by WBTA intern Gretel Kauffman
An investigation into the Jerry Sandusky scandal has found that Penn State leaders, including head football coach Joe Paterno, hid their knowledge of Sandusky’s sexual abuse for over a decade and did not make any attempts to protect the assistant football coach’s victims during this time.
Louis Freeh is the former FBI director at the head of the investigation. He said that the university’s main motivation was a desire to avoid bad publicity. The NCAA is currently studying the report.