Freeh sticks by his report, calls Paterno family investigation “self-serving”
Former FBI director Louis J. Freeh issued a statement after hearing the Paterno family’s report on ESPN, “Outside the Lines.” Their investigation targeted nearly every conclusion the Freeh report made about Joe Paterno in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
The Paterno family calls the Freeh report “factually wrong, speculative and fundamentally flawed.”
Freeh fired back, calling the Paterno family investigation “self-serving” and that it does not change the facts established in the Freeh Report, according to a statement appearing on ESPN.com.
Freeh goes on to say that he stands by his conclusion –“that four of the most powerful people at Penn State failed to protect against a child sexual predator harming children for over a decade”.
To read Freeh’s full statement, click here