PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – One year ago Friday, Joe Paterno was fired as the head football coach at Penn State.

And many still question that decision.

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Saturday, a town hall meeting was held in Pittsburgh. It was hosted by one of Paterno’s most out-spoken defenders, former Penn State running back Franco Harris.

He says he has new questions about the scandal following charges that were just filed against Penn State President Graham Spanier.

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“The timing is very suspect,” Harris said. “We have a lame duck attorney general, wonder why that really happened.”

Saturday’s town hall included a presentation of recently completed analysis of the Freeh Report, which alleges a university cover-up of Jerry Sandusky’s assault on young boys.

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