Freeh’s report roundly criticizes the late head coach Joe Paterno and other Penn State administrators, saying they “concealed critical facts” and disregarded the safety and welfare of the young boys victimized by Sandusky.
Sandusky was arrested in November and convicted in June on 45 counts of abuse involving 10 boys.
Penn State’s board of trustees ousted Paterno and president Graham Spanier Nov. 9 after Sandusky’s arrest. Paterno died of lung cancer Jan. 22 without speaking with Freeh.
Investigators will hold a news conference at 10 a.m. to discuss the findings, and the Penn State trustees will respond shortly thereafter.
Here’s the latest from the Associated Press: