Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Eye on the Ball
An investigation, commissioned by Kane and released yesterday, showed there is no smoking gun and nothing to indicate Corbett played "hands off Penn State."
Kane faulted Corbett for not going after Sandusky quickly enough. That's all.
A former chief investigator under Corbett denies it all. He, and Corbett point to the fact that Sandusky is likely in jail for the rest of his life, and the victims received the justice they deserved.
Could the investigation have moved faster? Likely. Were mistakes and blunders made? Absolutely.
However, one cannot escape the fact that Kane made allegations that simply were not true.
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