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View Diary: Tree Climbers: The Freeh Report - Statement by Louis Freeh (264 comments)

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  •  Y'a needs the blockqoute (8+ / 0-)
    According to the Freeh report, in 1998 Spanier took aggressive steps to ensure that a sports agent, who had bought one of Penn State's football players $400 worth of clothes, was banned from the Penn State campus for life. Spanier claimed that the agent had, "fooled around with the integrity of the university, and I won't stand for that." Penn State conducted a thorough investigation of the matter, and on May 13, 1998, Spanier wrote in an email, "The idea is to keep [the sports agent] off campus permanently, to keep him away from current athletes, and to keep him away from current students or graduates whose eligibility has recently expired."

    Somebody said Party! I got excited. I love Parties! Especially Parties with exclamation marks! Now I'm sad because there's not a Party! h/t AnnetteK ;-)

    by EdMass on Thu Jul 12, 2012 at 10:58:27 AM PDT

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