Louis Freeh, who has been locked in a back-and-forth battle with former Penn State President Graham Spanier for years, asked the court Thursday to enter judgment in the case.
Louis Freeh, who has been locked in a back-and-forth battle with former Penn State President Graham Spanier for years, asked the court Thursday to enter judgment in the case. Christopher Weddle Centre Daily Times, file
Louis Freeh, who has been locked in a back-and-forth battle with former Penn State President Graham Spanier for years, asked the court Thursday to enter judgment in the case. Christopher Weddle Centre Daily Times, file

Following Spanier’s conviction, Freeh attorneys ask court to enter judgment

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