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Former PSU administrators look to dismiss case in front of appeals court

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Attorneys for a trio of former Penn State administrators accused of covering up Jerry Sandusky’s child sex abuse crimes asked a Pennsylvania Superior Court on Tuesday their cases be dropped. 369 more words

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Appeals court to hear arguments in case against 3 former Penn State administrators

HARRISBURG, Pa.–A judge will hear an appeal today from three former Penn State University leaders who are facing criminal charges in connection to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. 209 more words

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Former PSU Administrators Due in Court

Three former Penn State administrators accused of covering up the Jerry Sandusky scandal are due in court on Tuesday.

Reports indicate that Graham Spanier, Gary Schultz and Tim Curley plan to fight a judge’s order that clears the way for the men to stand trial. 60 more words

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Former PSU administrators to return to court in August

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Three former administrators at Penn State University will return to court in August for a hearing related to charges they face in connection to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. 70 more words

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Freeh seeks out-of-county judge for Spanier defamation suit

BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) – Former FBI director Louis Freeh wants a judge from outside the State College area to handle the defamation lawsuit that former Penn State president Graham Spanier filed against him and his law firm. 121 more words

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Former PSU President Graham Spanier sues Louis Freeh for defamation

STATE COLLEGE, PA (WPMT)    Former Penn State University President,  Dr. Graham Spanier, filed a 140-page defamation complaint today against former FBI director Louis Freeh and his law firm, Freeh Sporkin & Sullivan LLP, in the Court of Common Pleas in Centre County. 520 more words

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Statement on Freeh Report criticsm

PENN STATERS FOR RESPONSIBLE STEWARDSHIP STATEMENT ON FREEH REPORT CRITICISM

AUGUST 22, 2012 — “In this morning’s press conference regarding characterization of Dr. Graham Spanier within the Freeh Report, his attorney, the Honorable Timothy Lewis, a former United States federal judge, could have no more clearly stated the position of Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship when he said, ‘Penn State University deserved better and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania deserved better.’ We would add, that under the leadership of the Board of Trustees, specifically the students, parents and alumni of Penn State also have deserved far better. 155 more words

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