How flawed was San Jose State’s first investigation into athletic trainer sex abuse scandal? Decade later, school releases document that shows

For more than a decade, San Jose State University officials allowed now-disgraced head athletic trainer Scott Shaw to continue treating female athletes because, they said, he was cleared of sexual harassment allegations by a 2010 in-house investigation.

But a two-page summary of that investigation, released for the first time late Friday, shows how deeply flawed the initial review was, relying almost entirely on interviews with Shaw’s subordinates who said Monday how their input was distorted and their concerns ignored.

The two former athletic trainers were in their first year at SJSU and still on probation when they were interviewed in 2010 and didn’t know until Monday how heavily

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