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Freeh report: 'An active agreement to conceal' at Penn State

Freeh report: 'An active agreement to conceal' at Penn State

Special investigator Louis Freeh said Joe Paterno and top Penn State administrators covered up child sex abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky for more than a decade to protect the university. “The evidence clearly shows, in our view, an active agreement to conceal,” Freeh, the former FBI director, said in a news conference in Philadelphia Thursday, after releasing the results of an eight-month investigation into Penn State’s handling of the allegations against Sandusky. Top officials, including Paterno, were obligated under the Clery Act to report the incident to the University Police Department, according to the 266-page  Freeh report which was released this...

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