Report: Sandusky Retirement Not Connected to Abuse
The Freeh report about Jerry Sandusky and Penn State says investigators found no evidence linking his 1999 retirement to a 1998 police investigation triggered by a woman's complaint that the assistant coach showered with her son.
A chapter in the report issued on Thursday says the university's then-president Graham Spanier promised the prestigious "emeritus" status to the football team assistant coach, but others voiced concerns it wasn't appropriate.
The report discloses Spanier also approved a lump-sum payment of $168,000 to Sandusky, which other officials said may have been unprecedented. Sandusky's retirement soon after the investigation has prompted questions about whether the two were linked.
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