Whistleblower in OSU sex assaults feels 'vindicated'


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The whistleblower credited with prompting an investigation of sexual abuse of students and athletes by a now-dead team doctor at Ohio State University says in a statement he feels “vindicated” but has mixed feelings about the law firm’s findings released Friday. Mike DiSabato, a former Ohio State wrestler, notified school officials in early 2018 about the abuse he and other athletes suffered at the hands of Dr. Richard Strauss.

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