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Penn State Releases Statement as Sandusky Trial Begins

While jury selection began in Bellefonte this morning, Penn State issued the following statement:

“The acts that Jerry Sandusky is accused of committing are horrible and if proven true, deserve punishment.

“In deference to the legal process, the University will not comment on specifics of the ongoing legal case as it unfolds. We are hopeful, however, that the case proceeds quickly and provides answers we are all seeking. We are further hopeful that the legal process will start to bring closure to the alleged victims and families whose lives have been irrevocably impacted and that they can begin the healing process.

“We continue to work with the State Attorney General, the U.S. Attorney and Former FBI Director Louis Freeh in their investigations into this matter. We will continue to cooperate fully with all legal processes to determine what happened and ensure personal accountability.”

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Ryan is a senior in the Smeal College of Business majoring in Marketing. He is a Lion Ambassador who loves giving tours to prospective students. His favorite activities include distributing news and consuming Chipotle.

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