Penn State scandal

FILE - In this file photo combo, at left, in an Oct. 8, 2011 file photo, Penn State president Graham Spanier walks on the field before an NCAA college football game in State College, Pa. At right, former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky leaves the Centre County Courthouse in custody after being found guilty of multiple charges of child sexual abuse in Bellefonte, Pa., Friday, June 22, 2012. For more than two decades, colleges and universities have been required to publicly share details of campus crimes and report murders, rapes, robberies, arson and other serious offenses to the federal government. That requirement was apparently unheeded by former Penn State president Spanier, other top officials and the larger ranks of university employees responsible for student safety, the recently released investigation into Sandusky's sex-abuse scandal concluded.  (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)

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Ousted Penn State president Graham Spanier and his lawyers attacked a university-backed report on the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal on Aug. 22, calling it a "blundering and indefensible indictment." Spanier has denied any cover-up allegations concerning Sandusky's sexual abuse history.

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