Ex-PSU president says he was never told of abuse
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – Former Penn State president Graham Spanier told investigators hired by the university that he was not informed of an incident involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky that described child abuse, sexual misconduct or criminality, his lawyers said Tuesday.
The attorneys said Spanier was interviewed Friday in Philadelphia by investigators for former FBI director Louis Freeh, who's looking into the child sexual abuse scandal. Freeh's findings are expected to be released soon.
Both Spanier and Hall of Fame football coach Joe Paterno were ousted by school trustees a few days after Sandusky was arrested in November. Sandusky is awaiting sentencing after being convicted last month on 45 criminal counts.
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