Read This About The 2001 Information (Mistake by Investigators)

We know that charges were filed in direct association with information from the Freeh investigation concerning the information from the incident in 2001.

Kelly said:
*”Notes and documents about the 1998 and 2001 crimes were allegedly kept by Schultz in a file drawer in his campus office.” ((The typewritten paper of the record of the 2001 incident is the document she is talking about. It’s how she knew about the document that draws suspicion.)).


* Kelly also claimed that Schultz told staff members that they were “never to look in that Sandusky file.”

She also said:

On November 5, 2011 – the day that original criminal charges were announced against Sandusky, Schultz, and Curley -She also said: “that file was removed from Schultz’s office and delivered to his home.” http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/press.aspx?id=6699

Original Charges were filed after Freeh released information from 2001.

Attorney General Kelly and the Pennsylvania State Police filed the original charges against Curley, Schultz, Spanier.

Link from the Attorney Generals webpage: http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/press.aspx?id=6699

They had the secret information from Paterno’s logbook. (Read First):

                   “Mistakes Made by Investigators”


Once, it is understood, that the incident in 2001 at Penn

State had nothing to do with the 2002 Sandusky incident, the question becomes, how did investigators get so mixed up on the information from two separate incidents?

Why was information from 2001 not further investigated? Was it impossible to make a determination that the information from 2001 concerned a separate incident?

Why were investigators and later, prosecutors, so convinced that the information concerning a completely different incident, applied to the Sandusky incident?

It seems that an honest mistake was made. The 2001 incident concerned the shower room, McQueary, Paterno, and maybe the note on 9:30. (9:30 AM not Pm.)

The Sandusky incident was reported in 2002. The Sandusky incident concerned Sandusky, McQueary, the shower room, Paterno. 9:30 PM.

The two incidents are similar.

Did investigators assume that the information in 2001 applied to the Sandusky incident? It seems that the information obtained from the 2001 incident was believed to be about Sandusky and the opinion of the Grand Jury was that the information was covered up by the officials at Penn State. Then, charges were filed.

No one ever said that there were two incidents in 2001. Only one.

Being a witness to the 2001 incident, I realized that a mistake was made about the information concerning the 2001 incident. I knew that the information from 2001 did not, in any way, apply to the Sandusky incident.

Penn State officials could not have been told about the Sandusky incident in 2001. The assertion that the Sandusky incident actually happened in 2001 was the basis of the claims against Penn State.

Information about the 2001 incident was used to convince prosecutors to file charges.