Louis Freeh, a former director of the FBI, will head up Penn State's internal investigation into the Jerry Sandusky debacle. He was introduced by PSU Board of Trustees investigative committee chair Ken Frazier, who said, "We are here today in response to the shocking and horrendous grand jury report."
Freeh is charged with digging into the entire university's role in Sandusky's alleged crimes, including any roles the trustees themselves may have played.
It's not the first foray into sports-related investigations for Freeh. He also looked into charges of FIFA World Cup corruption and the Reggie Bush ordeal at USC. Many jokes are probably running through your head right now after reading those two items.
Freeh said any findings of criminality will be sent immediately to the police and that the investigation needs to go back as far as 1975 -- shortly before Sandusky founded the Second Mile. It won't be public until it's concluded, and it could go on as long as it needs to.
State and federal government entities are investigating the school, and the NCAA has decided to play cop as well. Adding an internal probe to the matter, you'd have to hope somebody's going to find out every step at which this all went wrong.
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