CNN's Gary Tuchman reports on details about the recording of a phone conversation in the Bernie Fine case. He explains why the Post-Standard and ESPN didn't release the tape of Laurie Fine and Bobby Davis when they first received it in 2002.
Tune in to AC360 ° at 8 p.m. ET for a fascinating interview with Mike Lang. He's speaking out for the first time since Bernie Fine was fired from his position as associate men's basketball coach at Syracuse. Lang accuses Fine of molesting him decades ago; his accusations touched off a police investigation and led both ESPN and The Post-Standard to report an audio recording of a phone call between Bobby Davis and Laurie Fine, Bernie Fine's wife. Gary Tuchman spoke with Lang about the allegations and the investigation.
AC360's Gary Tuchman is at Syracuse University investigating the allegations against former associate men's basketball coach Bernie Fine. In the first photo, head coach Jim Boeheim drives past Gary and Producer Chuck Hadad as they try to ask him about the case. Boeheim and Fine happen to live across the street from each other. In the photo below, Gary knocks on Fine's door to speak with him, and instead talks to his wife, Laurie. Tune in tonight at 8 p.m. ET for Gary's full report.
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