A common pleas court judge has ordered Freeh report source materials be released to a group of Penn State trustees.

Senior Judge Daniel Lee Howsare on Nov. 19 ordered that seven alumni-elected board trustees be given access to documents Louis Freeh and his groups, Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan and Freeh Group International Solutions, created when developing the Freeh report. That report, which was issued in July 2012, outlined the findings of Penn State’s internal investigations into convicted serial child molester Jerry Sandusky’s conduct and the school’s alleged failure to report the abuse.

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