PENN STATE

February 11th, 2019 | by CollegeAD
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An internal report by seven Penn State trustees questions the findings of the 2012 Freeh Report and the methods used to draw its conclusions. The document, officially titled, “Report to the Board of Trustees of the Pennsylvania State University on the Freeh Report’s flawed methodology and conclusions” was completed and presented to the full trustee board in the summer of 2018. The seven trustees who commissioned the report said the full board decided to not make its findings public. In its report, the group of seven former and current trustees concluded Penn State paid for an independent investigation that was not independent, fair or thorough. The trustees’ report said the Freeh report investigators used deeply flawed methodology and the report is full of factual mistakes. Page 18 of the trustees’ report, titled “Use of coercion,” said the Freeh investigators “shouted, were insulting and demanded that interviewees give them specific information — such as — tell me Joe Paterno knew Sandusky was abusing kids.” –  Gary Sinderson, wjactv – Read More

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