Freeh Report Cost Penn State Over $8 Million


The Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal has cost Penn State more than $41 million, according to the latest figures released by the university on a special website designed to chronicle PSU's compliance with NCAA sanctions and recommendations in the Freeh Report. But of perhaps even more interest to those voices both inside and outside the community clamoring for more information on the Board of Trustees' agreements with Freeh, Penn State also released its previously confidential agreement with Freeh's firm, detailing the scope of his responsibilities and his rates.



The total damage for the Freeh Report? A shade over $8.1 million. The "engagement letter," dated Nov. 2011 and signed by Louis Freeh and the Board's then-chair Steve Garban, can be found...

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