According to CBS Pittsburgh, the Attorney General's office filed a number of new documents late on Monday. Most striking, from these documents, is that former Penn State vice president Gary Schultz supposedly kept a special file that contained information regarding the allegations of sexual abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky.
In a statement, the Attorney General's office said that the file maintained by Schultz contains information that's in direct contradiction with Schultz's -- and former athletic director Tim Curley's -- Grand Jury testimony. The Attorney General's office also stated that it has emails between Curley, Schultz and others that also contradict their Grand Jury testimonies.
Sources close to the investigation confirm both e-mails in the file kept by Schultz as well as e-mails found in computer data indicate high-ranking Penn State officials, including Spanier, Schultz and former athletic director Tim Curley, knew about an alleged sexual assault that took place in the Penn State locker room shower.
Those documents filed by the Attorney General's office late Monday indicate Schultz told so many lies in his Grand Jury testimony that it was impossible to respond to each and every one of them.
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