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Sandusky’s Lawyer Wants Records on Victims

As Jerry Sandusky prepares to face 52 charges revolving around his alleged sexual abuse of boys in the State College area, his lawyer wants to […]

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Former Player Donates to Sandusky’s Defense

A player from the 1959 Penn State team that beat Alabama in the Liberty Bowl sent Jerry Sandusky $100 to help fund the former coordinator’s […]

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Sandusky’s Lawyer Drops Motion to Dismiss

Jerry Sandusky’s lawyer Joe Amendola was expected to be in court today to argue that all charges against his client should be dropped because the […]

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Governor Corbett Approved Grant for Sandusky’s Charity

Governor Corbett—who has been aware of the investigation of Jerry Sandusky since it started while he was the state’s attorney general—approved a $3 million grant […]

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Jerry Sandusky’s Son Arrested for DUI

36-year-old Jon Sandusky, Director of Player Personnel for the Cleveland Browns (wow, we did not know that!), was arrested for suspicion of drunk driving early […]

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TMZ Has Jerry Sandusky’s Letters From Prison

TMZ: Convicted child rapist Jerry Sandusky says he’s having a “very challenging” time behind bars but insists he’s “trying to get better” … this according to […]

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What If Sandusky’s Alleged Victims Had Been Girls?

Among the many disturbing allegations at Penn State, the one I can’t get out of my mind is the scene in the shower in 2002. […]

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Q&A: Jerry Sandusky’s Lawyer, Joe Amendola, Talks

This case centers on kids. Your own childhood was hardly idyllic. When I was growing up, it was very, very unusual for families not to […]

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What Investigators Found in Sandusky’s Penn State Office

The Commonwealth finished making its case against Jerry Sandusky yesterday. And new details into how authorities investigated Sandusky were revealed. An alleged victim testified that […]

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Jerry Sandusky’s Charity Will Transfer Programs and Shut Down

The Second Mile—a charity started by Jerry Sandusky more than 30 years ago—has asked a court for approval to transfer its programs to a Texas […]