Sandusky Scandal

On November 5, 2011, a 23-page Grand Jury report rocked Penn State to its foundation. As a result of Jerry Sandusky being convicted on 45 of 48 counts sexual abuse against 10 minors and subsequent fallout and alleged coverup by several key school administrators and legendary coach Joe Paterno, these events will forever be a dark stain in the history of our University.

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New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a bill Wednesday that requires the state school coaches to report any signs of child abuse to the local police and complete training on how to identify it, according to the New York Daily News.
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Jay Paterno and Bill Kenney, two former assistant football coaches, are suing the university based on claims that the Sandusky scandal ruined their chances of being hired for new positions.
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Matt Sandusky, the adopted son of Jerry who first alleged abuse during his trial in 2012, unveiled details for the first time since to Oprah Winfrey on her network last night.
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Matt Sandusky, the adopted son of Jerry who has alleged his father sexually abused him, will appear on an interview with Oprah on her OWN Network on Thursday, July 17 at 9 p.m.
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Penn State has asked a court to implement a protection order preventing the release of pre-trial documents that the university fears the Paterno family will use to push a public relations agenda.
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Jerry Sandusky is pursuing one final legal option to overturn his conviction, according to his attorney.
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In a court filing this week, an attorney for Gov. Tom Corbett argues the governor should be dropped from a lawsuit filed by the NCAA. A state law, signed by Corbett Feb. 20, 2013, requires the NCAA to spend Penn State's $60 million fine for the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal within Pennsylvania.
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A hearing officer has recommended to the State Employees' Retirement System board that Jerry Sandusky keep his pension.
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Attorney General Kathleen Kane revealed that two additional victims came forward during the commonwealth's investigation of Jerry Sandusky, saying that they were abused by him in the fall of 2009.
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Attorney General Kathleen Kane's report on Gov. Tom Corbett's Sandusky investigation was released today, and while it found that there were missteps in the investigation, it said they were not politically motivated.

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