Spanier says he wants to meet with Penn State trustees
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (MCT) — Former Penn State President Graham Spanier wants to meet with university trustees to address what he says are errors in the Freeh report that said he was part of a cover-up of child sex abuse by Jerry Sandusky.
The Centre Daily Times obtained the three-page letter to trustees, typed on Penn State letterhead and dated Monday, in which Spanier said not only did he know nothing of child sexual abuse by Sandusky, it is “unfathomable” that someone in his position would have ignored that predatory behavior. Not only is he a sociologist and family therapist, Spanier said he “personally experienced massive and persistent abuse as a child.”
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