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Jury Selection Set for Penn State Administrators

DAUPHIN COUNTY — After six years, the trial is now scheduled for three Penn State University administrators accused of covering up football coach Jerry Sandusky’s sex abuse of boys. 59 more words


PSU Suing Former Pres. Graham Spanier

STATE COLLEGE — Penn State University is suing former president Graham Spanier.

In a lawsuit filed Monday, the school says Spanier violated his contract by not disclosing what he knew about Jerry Sandusky’s child molestation before the former coach was arrested in 2011. 37 more words


Jury awards ex-Penn State assistant coach $7.3M in defamation suit

Mike McQueary, the whistleblower in the Jerry Sandusky case, was awarded $7.3 million by a Centre County (Pa.) jury Thursday following a two-week trial.

The jury of eight women and four men, including two Penn State employees, said after deliberating for nearly four hours that Penn State defamed and misrepresented the former assistant football coach for the role he played in the prosecution of Sandusky and the three administrators accused of covering up the widespread sexual abuse of minors. 484 more words

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McQueary hinted at Sandusky news in 'mid-2000's', according to testimony in Whistleblower trial

BELLEFONTE, Pa. — Former Penn State player and assistant coach Mike McQueary may have hinted to group of equipment managers and football operations staffers what he witnessed from Jerry Sandusky, a few years following the incident. 487 more words


Former PSU President Spanier, McQueary's father testify in Penn State civil trial

BELLEFONTE, Pa. — Former Penn State president Graham Spanier made his first public court testimony Thursday about his accused role in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, maintaining he had complete trust in his top administrators and knew very few details about Mike McQueary’s 2001 report about seeing Jerry Sandusky sexually abusing a boy in a Penn State facility shower. 1,030 more words


McQueary Trial: Penn State defamed him through Spanier statement, attorneys argue

BELLEFONTE, Pa. — Lawyers to former Penn State football player and assistant coach Mike McQueary argued Tuesday that the school crafted a narrative to defame him in the days leading up to and after the arrest of Jerry Sandusky in November 2011. 461 more words


Bruce Beemer dropped one charge for Tim Curley, but...

…..he is filing to Reinstate Conspiracy Charges formerly dropped by Disgraced Bruce Castor.

This is a lovely change of pace:

“But on a related issue, he did set out a 40-day schedule for legal briefs on a related request by the Attorney General’s office to reinstate a conspiracy charge against Spanier, Curley and Schultz.” 75 more words