A damning report on Penn State's handling of allegations that Jerry Sandusky was a sexual predator was released today, disclosing that high-ranking officials at the university worked to cover up the scandal to protect the school's academic and athletic reputations.
The 267 page report, compiled by former FBI director Louis Freeh, alleges that in order to avoid "bad publicity," former President Graham Spanier, former Athletic Director Tim Curley, former Vice President Gary Schultz, and former Head Football Coach Joe Paterno "repeatedly concealed critical facts."
Joe Paterno consistently defended his actions, and right before his death in January he told the Washington Post that he did his part by informing his superiors and did not feel he was "adequate" to handle the situation.
His family continues to defend his legacy and insists he was always after the truth. Jay Paterno, son of the late coach, is OutFront tonight.