Prosecutor's Paterno Comments Surprise Some

By WTAJ News , Cody Combs , John Clay

Published 09/03 2013 09:59PM

Updated 09/05 2013 09:13AM

STATE COLLEGE - Joe Paterno didn't know of a cover-up of Jerry Sandusky's crimes.

That's the opinion of the lead prosecutors in the state's case against Jerry Sandusky.

Frank Fina told CBS "60 Minutes Sports" that he found no evidence that Paterno was involved in a Sandusky cover-up but believes the coach should have done more.

Fina does believe the evidence shows that Dr. Graham Spanier, Tim Curley and Gary Shultz were involved in a cover-up. Fina and fellow prosecutor Joseph McGettigan shared their views for a segment that aired Wednesday on 60 Minutes Sports on Showtime.

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