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Freeh Report Available Online At 9 A.M. ET

The Jerry Sandusky scandal has been resolved in one respect, as Sandusky himself was found guilty of 45 counts of sexual assault, but the scandal isn't over for Penn State University. The school has been under investigation by former FBI director and U.S. District Court judge Louis Freeh, who was hired to internally investigate the matter.

The Freeh report will release all the findings of the investigation, including potential violations by the university of the Clery Act, which require that all crimes committed on campus be reported to the police. Recently, CNN released some leaked e-mails that seemed to indicate Penn State higher ups were involved in a cover up of Sandusky's behavior.

When: 9 a.m. Eastern, Thursday, July 12.

Where: The Freeh Report will be hosted at thefreehreportonpsu.com.

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