The Freeh Report will be very helpful to attorneys that are representing Sandusky's victims. They will be able to use everything that is in the report in a civil case against Penn State or other parties. Justine Andrionici, attorney for Victims 3, 7 and 10, says the Sandusky victims she represents are glad the report is out, but they're not done investigating.
She says the victims are relieved that the truth is out there and that the world now knows that there were people at Penn State who knew what was going on and concealed it.
What Andrionici found very compelling was the fact that Penn State allowed Sandusky full access to university facililties after his retirement in 1999, despite the reported abuse in 1998. She also says that the bonuses Sandusky got in his retirement helped him groom children, including Penn State tickets and access to locker rooms.
Andrionici says the victims want accountability from any organization that knew what was going on and chose to conceal it, including the Second Mile. She says they have heard from more people who claim to be victims of Sandusky and they haven't heard yet any new specifics from Penn State on a settlement.