Aside from being morally repugnant, Penn State officials' failure to report the incident concerning Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulting Victim 2 to the university police department in 2001 was a violation of federal law.
One of the central themes of the Freeh Report is the hopelessly twisted moral compass of the former Penn State administration. The report concludes that university leaders were far more concerned with protecting the school from bad publicity than they were with protecting the victims of abuse:
The findings of the former FBI director Louis Freeh's months-long inquiry into Penn State has just been made public on the Freeh Group's website. There's much to parse through, and obviously many questions to be asked. We've already shown you some preliminary documents we believe were preparation materials for the 10…