Bernie Fine Allegations: Laurie Fine Speaks, Syracuse Police Turn Over Investigation To DA

A day after ESPN released audio of a conversation between Bernie Fine accuser Bobby Davis and Laurie Fine that led to Fine's firing by Syracuse University, Fine will be appearing on CNN Monday evening on Anderson Cooper 360 (8 p.m. ET).

Fine's nephew, Matt Govendo told CNN early Monday that Laurie Fine will make a statement Tuesday challenging the recording, claiming that it has been tampered with. Mrs. Fine refuted those claims to local news station WYSR.

Her appearance on CNN this evening does not seem to be scheduled but rather an ambush discussion akin to Armen Keteyian's interview with Mike McQueary.

Meanwhile, the Syracuse Police have agreed to they will turn over materials related to their investigation into the Bernie Fine allegations to the District Attorney on Tuesday. The DA and police were locked in a loud, public battle over that information last week.

The Onondaga County District Attorney, however, is no longer in charge of the investigation. The U.S. Secret Service, under the direction of the U.S. Attorney's Office, is leading the investigation.

For more on these developments, visit Syracuse blog Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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