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Penn State / Sandusky Scandal / Freeh Report / A Discussion #1026452

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 12, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The report from the independent investigation into the role of Penn State in the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal introduced. [Former FBI director Louis FREEH - says the powerful at Penn State failed to take action; names President Graham Spanier, vice president Gary Schultz, athletic director Tim Curley and head coach Joe Paterno; states they alerted Sandusky about what Mike McQueary saw in the shower in 2001.] Photos of the four Penn State men shown. Several excerpts from the report quoted. [Penn State board of trustees Kenneth FRAZIER - says this can never happen again.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and attorney for Sandusky victims Justine Andronici† about the report on Penn State. [ANDRONICI - gives her reaction to the Penn State investigative report that is "devastating"; gives the clients' reaction to the report on the coverup; comment on the coming lawsuits in the civil system.] [TOOBIN - says wheelbarrows will be needed to carry all the money from Penn State to the victims because the top people in the school were involved; notes there was zero concern about the victims.]

Cooper, Anderson

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