The lawyers for the worst university president in the world, Graham Spanier, will hold a press conference in Philadelphia this morning to blast the Freeh report and its findings. Fun!
We’ll bring you the details, but presumably the sentiments will echo those shared by Spanier in a letter he wrote the Penn State board in which he claimed that he was abused as a child and, as a lifelong family therapist, would have never allowed the continual abuse of innocent children if he knew what was going on.
The mere fact that representatives for Spanier (who holds a top secret government clearance) are speaking out against the report conducted by former FBI director Louis Freeh means things are probably going to even muddier in this whole situation. And Greg Bucceroni, the man who claims that he was introduced to Jerry Sandusky in 1979 and 1980 as part of a child sex ring, says he will be present, presumably to support Spanier’s denouncement.
Bucceroni claims that the Freeh investigation was extremely limited in its scope because had it gone back to the 1980s, it would have uncovered Sandusky’s ties to a sex ring involving members of the mob, which Freeh investigated while with the FBI.
Like I said, fun!