Quick could be right that Olshey will be cleared but this report doesn't make any sense. Investigations that keep getting expanded are usually not a great sign for the people being investigated. Using that as a sign that everything's great for Olshey because "if there was anything there, it would have been found quickly and he'd have been fired immediately" isn't ever how I've seen these work. No investigation stops at the first firing offense just to wrap things up quickly--nearly every entity that launches an investigation wants a full and complete report to ensure they have the full story and to have an airtight case if the evidence points to firing. This just sounds like filler. We'll find out when the final report is issued, I guess.