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Jerry Sandusky Guilty On 45 Of 48 Counts

[Philadelphia.CBSLocal.com] “The Sandusky family is very disappointed obviously by the verdict of the jury but we respect their verdict, said defense attorney Joe Amendola. “We have some appeal issues, we’ll pursue.” The 68-year-old former Penn State assistant football coach fought 48 counts that accused him of abusing 10 boys over 15 years. Word of a verdict broke at about 9:30 p.m. and a court official alerted the media it would be returned at about 9:50 p.m. The courtroom was closed by the time the jury and attorneys assembled for the verdict, and no one was be allowed to leave until court until it was adjourned, the judge said in a court order earlier in the week. The verdict was read count by count. Media was barred from transmitting any results of the verdict until adjournment, with the judge promising sanctions for any reporter or media organization violating his order and jurors did not grant any post-trial interviews. Continue reading

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Prosecutors want damning Sandusky interview footage NBC didn’t air

[FoxNews.com] Accused Penn State pedophile Jerry Sandusky came off a lot creepier in that exclusive sitdown with NBC last November than anyone knew, but the Peacock Network oddly chose not to air what sounds a lot like an admission of guilt — and now prosecutors want the whole transcript. Continue reading

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Ex-Penn State Coach Sandusky’s Charity Reportedly to Fold Amid Child Sex Abuse Scandal

Sandusky subsequently informed The Second Mile board in November 2008 that he was under investigation on new allegations. The charity then barred him from activities involving children, charity officials said.

The longtime head of Second Mile, Jack Raykovitz, resigned on Sunday, the latest casualty in the ongoing fallout of the Sandusky case, and was replaced by Woodle in the interim. Continue reading

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