The Louis Freeh investigation is starting to come out and things don't look good for Penn State Univiserity. According to Freeh's report, former President Graham Spanier and Vice President Gary Schultz who was in charge of the University Police at the time of the abuse in 2001 exchanged emails suggesting they do not notify child welfare because they were concerned for the former coaches reputation.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier and another top university official exchanged emails discussing an allegation that Jerry Sandusky molested a boy in a university shower in 2001 but ultimately decided against alerting child welfare authorities, NBC News reported Monday.
Spanier and former Vice President Gary Schultz, who headed the campus police department, agreed not to take the case to outside authorities out of concern for the retired assistant football coach, according to internal emails obtained by state law enforcement officials and given to NBC. The report aired on the "Today" show Monday.This should outrage every Penn State alum and fans. The former administration at Penn State headed by Spanier is an embarrassment and should be charged as well as Sandusky for the role in this horrible tragedy.