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The trustees' report claims Louis Freeh, with the help of New York public relations firm Kekst, strategically released the report in a way designed "to produce the greatest media impact and to reduce the ability of reporters to fully vet the 267-page report."
Monday night's leaked review of the "Freeh Report" commissioned by seven members of the university's Board of Trustees detailed perceived bias from investigators and the type of interview methodology that lacked thorough findings regarding Penn State's culpability in the Sandusky scandal.
The report from the small group of trustees rejects the Freeh Report, saying Freeh "did not fulfill his obligation to conduct an independent and comprehensive investigation."
The case will now be sent back to Centre County for re-sentencing without minimum mandatory terms.
Six years after Jerry Sandusky was convicted on child sexual abuse charges, Penn State is still paying out millions of dollars in settlements and other expenses related to the case.
Tune in for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards September 17 to see how "Paterno" fares against the competition.
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