STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- A lawyer for an alleged child victim of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky says details of a campus police investigation described in the media point to "a conspiracy of silence" surrounding Sandusky's behavior.
Howard Janet, whose client was 11 when he was allegedly sexually abused by Sandusky in 1998, questioned why the university did not take further action when a psychologist told campus police that Sandusky fit the profile of a likely pedophile. The lawyer also challenged the opinion police obtained from another psychologist who disagreed with the first.
NBC News obtained a copy of the campus police department's investigatory report. Sandusky has pleaded not guilty to 50 counts of child sex abuse involving 10 boys. The university declined to comment Saturday.