"Releasing these emails in this way is not intended to inform the discussion but to smear former Penn State officials, including Joe Paterno," Sollers said in the statement.
Sollers represents the family of former coach Paterno, who was fired and died in January. Sollers says it's clear someone in authority was not interested in a thorough investigation, given the leaks of selective emails.
"The question that needs to be asked is why this breach of confidentiality, which seeks to preempt the Freeh report and undermine the courts, is not being objected to or otherwise addressed by those in a position of authority," Sollers said. "It should not be the responsibility of the Paterno family to call for an honest, independent investigation."
Couldn't have said it better myself. I really think that the Paterno's know more about the situation and are just waiting for the best time to disclose their information-like when the perjury trials are complete.
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