Jerry Sandusky Scandal: CNN Releases Emails Among Penn State Authorities Discussing Plans To Handle Allegations

One week after Jerry Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts, CNN has released emails among various Penn State officials discussing how to handle the situation. CNN's AC360 program aired a report detailing the emails between Tim Curley, Gary Schultz, and Graham Spanier on how they would deal with the allegations. CNN posted a graphic of one email from Curley to Spanier (with Schultz copied) that references a discussion with "Joe" and a potential course of action:

"After giving it more thought and talking it over with Joe yesterday, I am uncomfortable with what we agreed were the next steps. I am having trouble with going to everyone, but the person involved."

The Twitter account for the AC360 program sent out a tweet that certain emails show suspicions about Sandusky in 2001:

We'll have more details of the emails between PSU officials as they become available.

For continued coverage of the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse trial, be sure to follow this StoryStream and stay tuned to SB Nation Pittsburgh. For more, check outBlack Shoe Diaries, SB Nation's Penn State blog.

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