Luis Freeh's 8 month investigation into the child sex abuse scandal that has rocked Penn State is now over and it points a terrible picture of Joe Paterno and other top university officials. According to the report, Paterno and others covered up .
Penn State University has been living in hell for the past year it seems and former FBI Investigator Louis Freeh's bombshell investigative report could be nail in the coffin to one of American sports most cherished programs. Released this morning,
Most of America believes Joe Paterno did the right thing by reporting it to his supervisors about sandusky, but they also believe when nothing happened that Joe should have gone direct to the President of Penn State University, and then to the police.
The report further states that in addition to Curley and Shultz who were charged, University President Graham Spanier and the legendary Coach Joe Paterno also failed to protect children from a sexual predator for over a decade: They exhibited a
ESPN analyst and former Penn State player Matt Millen couldn't help himself on SportsCenter, virtually continuing to defend Joe Paterno. ... "In terms of the program itself, this was a very pristine program," Millen said on SportsCenter,
There is no longer any vestige of altruism for the late Joe Paterno to hide behind. Paterno's legacy is not just tarnished; it's destroyed. Paterno was an egotistical leader of the Penn State football program, hell-bent on churning out wins