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HARRISBURG, Pa. — A report from the state attorney general's office is expected to be made public soon on the handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case and why it took so long to bring charges against the former Penn State assistant football coach.

An excerpt was obtained by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and cited by the newspaper in a story published Saturday.

It says, "there's nothing in the available document record or witness interviews to support that Attorney General Corbett or anyone else in the (attorney general's) executive office at this time gave any instructions on how to conduct the investigation."

The attorney general's office is declining comment on the report and says it will be released in its full context when all the legal requirements have been met.

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