Graham Spanier and his attorneys have done an outstanding job in their identification and exposure of the Freeh reports glaring defects.
They cite the Freeh Groups failure to interview Dr. Jonathan Dranov because his testimony would have contravened Freehs conclusion that Spanier, Joe Paterno, Tim Curley and Gary Schultz covered up what they knew to be a sexual assault in 2001.
Spaniers attorneys also call the Freeh Groups work sloppy and unreliable.
If Penn States trustees had read through the entire Freeh report, they also would have discovered its multiple defects, incomplete research and contradictory evidence.
Karen Peetz chose instead to rush to judgment and this is her second time, the first being on Nov. 9 and affirm this probable defamation of Spanier, Paterno, Curley, Schultz and Penn State as a whole by saying that Pater-nos record had been marred.
This affirmation, in turn, invited the NCAA to slap its illegitimate sanctions on Penn State and resulted in the issuance of a warning against Penn States formerly unimpeachable academic accreditation.
Spaniers performance of the trustees duty for them reinforces the existing perception that the trustees are unfit for their responsibilities.
The 28 or 29 remaining millstones around Penn States neck have now built their house on the foundation of sand that constitutes the Freeh report, and their credibility along with that of the NCAA will soon go down with it.
William A. Levinson Wilkes-Barre