Until we can get the audio posted, I'll do my best to recall the conversation. Not in any particular order.
1) Only 12% of the findings related to the NCAA sanctions are valid and I had to throw Freeh a couple bones to get to six (out of 50).
2) I used the GAGAS as the standard to evaluate, but could have used internal management control standards, or the U.S. Senate standards I've worked with. The PSU dept on audits did not have their procedures of processes posted. Not sure if PSU specified any standards in the contract. Freeh conducted a quasi-criminal investigation using retired police and a kangaroo court indictment.
3) Talked about the phenomenon of anchoring and how it happened with Duke, Exxon Valdez, and Richard Jewell. Stated that to break the anchor, incontrovertible evidence needs to come forward that shows the original story to be false. PSU will be like the Duke case.
4) Pointed out specific errors, such as the failure by Freeh to identify federal and state laws protecting the identity of child abuse victims. Stated that all the hub-bub over PSU not identifying V2 was unwarranted. Noted that Freeh got the verdicts wrong for Vs 5, 6, and 7 because he used the Commonwealth Bill of Particulars from May 2012. Likely that he had a draft report in hand and didn't make updates after the trial.
5) Stated the evidence didn't support the janitor's testimony.
6) Stated that Baldwin tried to blame Spanier for her failure to answer subpoeanas.
7) Pointed out that 2001 could have been a CYS failure to act on PSU's report. The state has to prove that PSU didnt' contact CYS -- not the other way around. CYS was groomed by Sandusky over the years.
8) Mentioned my first report strictly focused on child protection and that PA's record for protecting children is abysmal. Go to new website http://www.sanduskyreports.com
9) Stated that new evidence will come out that reveals "something rotten in Denmark" between the BOT, Freeh, and the NCAA.
10) Think this will go the way of the Duke case and the media will end up with egg on their faces.
That's all I can remember for now.