STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The head of Penn State's Board of Trustees says the board isn't planning a detailed review of the school's internal investigation into the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
Former FBI director Louis Freeh led the school's investigation. He said the late football coach Joe Paterno and three school officials concealed allegations against Sandusky, his assistant, conclusions Paterno's family and the officials deny.
Trustees chairwoman Karen Peetz said Friday the board is focused on implementing changes recommended by Freeh, but it did not plan a detailed review of the report itself. She said that would take its course in upcoming trials or other legal channels.
Peetz was responding to a question from the crowd, and a few critical audience members chuckled. It was the first time public comment was allowed at a board meeting.