Lawyers for the victims of sexual abuse by Jerry Sandusky say a report commissioned by Penn State will strengthen the civil suits they expect to file against the university, administrators and possibly the estate of former football coach Joe Paterno.
Matthew Casey is representing three of the victims identified in the criminal case when Sandusky was convicted. He says a report issued Thursday by former FBI Director Louis Freeh shows university officials knew about allegations of misconduct by Sandusky in 1998. Tom Kline, who represents a victim, says the report shows that the university was "an enabler" of abuse.
Casey says civil suits are being prepared but might not be filed immediately. He says they could be put on hold as criminal cases against two Penn State administrators are resolved.
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