Paterno family fights to save JoePa’s legacy
Joe Paterno’s family on Monday vowed its own investigation of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, rejecting the findings of a special investigator who concluded the late football coach and other top Penn State administrators concealed Sandusky’s abuse to shield the university from bad publicity.
“Our interest has been and remains the uncovering of the truth,” the family said in a statement.
The family characterized the 267-page report by former FBI Director Louis Freeh, who was hired by the university’s board of trustees, as “yet another shocking turn of events in this crisis” and said Paterno, who died in January at age 85, did not knowingly protect a pedophile.
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