In snippets of a jailhouse interview conducted by filmmaker John Ziegler that aired on yesterday’s Today Show, Jerry Sandusky laughed while disputing Mike McQueary’s contention that
When asked if he thought Joe Paterno would have allowed him to keep coaching if he knew he was a pedophile, Sandusky replied that” if he absolutely thought he was, he’d say no, but if he had suspicion, he didn’t know how to answer it.”
Ziegler, who told Today host Matt Lauer that he believes Paterno was “railroaded,” said that he also knows who victim 2 and claims that he has proof that victim 2 told investigators that
The filmmaker, who conducted the interview as part of his documentary “The Framing of Joe Paterno,” said he plans to release more audio clips of the interview later.
A hearing for Victim 6 in the Jerry Sandusky case will be held today in
Lawyers for the university and charity are looking to stay the case arguing that the criminal prosecutions of Tim Curley, Gary Schultz and Graham Spanier will prejudice the defense of the civil suit and want to wait until the criminal cases are settled.
Another major act is coming to the
Tickets, which go on sale Friday April 5, are priced at $39.50 and $59.50.
Two men were arrested and accused of attacking and sexually assaulting two women in
According to WJAC-TV, police said the two men, Ricardo Cuevas-Jimenez and Galdino Salas Aburto, picked up the women and offered them a ride back to their campus residence, but the women say once they got near Pollock Commons, the men wouldn’t let them out.
The women told police Aburto sexually assaulted them. According to police, the women were rescued when officers spotted the vehicle in a parking lot with one of the women’s legs hanging out the door.
As expected, NCAA president Mark Emmert has no intention to reduce the sanctions levied against
In an interview with Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio, Emmert said that he is pleased with how the university has responded to the sanctions, but confident in the decision he helped make.
Emmert reiterated that the organization operated on the facts of the
A convicted Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice is stepping down. In a letter to Governor Corbett, Justice Joan Orie-Melvin told the governor “with deep regret and a broken heart” she would resign from the bench effective May 1.
Melvin has been suspended from the court since August. She, along with her sister Janine Orie were convicted last month of misusing state-paid staffers to do campaign work and found guilty of theft of services, conspiracy and misappropriation of state property.
She will be sentenced on May 7.