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« Reply #2740 on: September 04, 2012, 09:29:54 PM »

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/05/us-usa-pennstate-idUSBRE88401V20120905
Sandusky case has cost Penn State nearly $17 million so far
September 4, 2012

(Reuters) - Penn State University has paid out almost $17 million to cover legal bills, public relations fees and other costs related to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal, the university said on its website on Tuesday.

Nearly $16.8 million in costs through June 30 were broken down as almost $10 million for internal investigations and crisis communications, close to $4 million for university legal services and defense, and nearly $1.2 million in other expenses.

The total also included about $1.6 million for legal defense of the school's officers, including former Penn State President Graham Spanier, who was fired when the scandal broke in November 2011, former university vice president Gary Schultz and former athletic director Tim Curley, both of whom are charged with perjury, accused of lying to a grand jury about the case.
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« Reply #2741 on: September 05, 2012, 12:05:18 PM »

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2012/09/post_409.html
Joe Amendola ponders his life after Jerry Sandusky
September 5, 2012

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By the end of the year, Amendola will have stepped aside from the Sandusky case.

His plan is to sacrifice his ego, take the stand and declare himself an ineffective attorney in an attempt to help his client get a new trial.

It’s a tactic he has used before. A few years ago, after losing a rape case, he hired a Philadelphia attorney to handle the appeal, took the stand and called himself incompetent to help the 20-something college student who had been convicted.

Becoming a witness in the case means he will no longer be Sandusky’s attorney.

Until then, he still advises the 68-year-old former Penn State assistant coach.

His challenge right now is to try to tamp down a statement Sandusky wants to read at his sentencing this month.

It’s basically Sandusky’s defense — the one that he didn’t take the stand and give at trial. But Amendola is finding it hard to explain to his stubborn client that anything he says can still be used against him during his appeal.

Keeping Sandusky from talking to the media has been a little easier, Amendola said. Not because Sandusky doesn’t want to do it, but because his wife, Dottie, won’t let him.


Regardless, not long after the gavel falls on the wooden bench in Courtroom One in Centre County and Sandusky is carted off to serve an almost inevitable life sentence in state prison, Amendola will be free.

And there’s one thing he certainly will not do, and that is stop working.
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Legal consultant,” he says, containing a smirk. “For a network.”

He’s talking about the “talking heads” who called him a moron, who criticized him for his decisions and tactics throughout the Sandusky case.

“That probably is the most appealing thing so far, because it removes all the nonsense,” he said. “I think I make sense when I try to explain things. Journalists would say, ‘Enough already, Joe. Enough with the talking.’ But I answered the questions.”

A contract with a network could give him time to teach on the side. Maybe even have time to write a book.

It’s at the top of his mental list.

Let’s break it down.

• A lot of lawyers teach. It’s fun for them, and it’s good for universities to have the real-world experience in the classroom. Amendola has done it before and wants to do it again.

• A book deal? Amendola says he had a book idea long before Sandusky walked into his office. “I can’t go into confidential stuff, but I wouldn’t write about him. I would just write about what it was like in the legal realm of representing him,” he said. (There is at least one funny Sandusky story he would tell. I promised I wouldn’t share, but I swear it’s good.)

• And then there are the bright lights of television. A gig as a legal contributor is a lot slower pace than what Amendola is used to. It also, typically, pays a lot less.

But there is a bonus to having your name and face in everyone’s house.

“There are so many lawyers out there already trying to be legal contributors,” said Jose Baez, who became a household name after winning a shocking acquittal last year in the high-profile case of Florida mother Casey Anthony, who was accused of killing her daughter. “And, really, I don’t think financially those things pay as well as a good case would. I don’t see the logic of it, just to be on TV? Joe’s been on TV.”

What Baez did — in addition to writing a book — was expand his practice from Orlando to essentially the whole country.

“When my trial was over, I had a lot of people promising me the world and saying all kinds of things, but what I ended up ultimately finding out was that the real opportunities were taking the recognition and really put it back into my practice.”

The result is that Baez is able to cherry-pick cases, taking those he is passionate about.

Baez, of course, won his trial. He also had cameras in the courtroom, and so every minute of it was televised.
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« Reply #2742 on: September 05, 2012, 12:10:50 PM »

http://www.fox43.com/news/wpmt-amnews-second-mile-ruling,0,1082200.story?track=rss
Judge delays Second Mile asset transfer
September 5, 2012

The arrest and conviction of former Penn State Assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has crippled his charity, the Second Mile. However, the charity will still go on if just for now.

Over the past few months, Second Mile leaders have acknowledged that the hit from the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal was too much for the charity to handle. It planned on liquidating all of its assets. However, a judge ruled in favor of stopping that liquidation yesterday, instead allowing the charity to stay open to take on any lawsuits from Sandusky's victims.
The Second Mile, the charity to help troubled youths, was started by convicted pedophile Jerry Sandusky will survive at least for now. A judge ruled yesterday in favor of delaying liquidation of the charities assets.

"Donors are no longer providing funds, volunteers, local volunteers here in the area have resigned from the boards and people who have been referring kids to the program are reluctant to do so," said Jeff Goldsmith, former Second Mile Director during a January interview.
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Charity leaders asked a judge to delay the movement of its assets and programs to a Texas-based non-profit. Leaders want to make sure all of the lawsuits associated with the charity are cleaned up.

"The other victims of this tragedy are to be the kids, the thousands of children who will lose services," Goldsmith said.
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« Reply #2743 on: September 05, 2012, 12:15:03 PM »

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2012/09/lawyers_for_former_penn_state_1.html
Lawyers for former Penn State administrators argue for dismissal of failure to report charge in Sandusky scandal
September 4, 2012

In sharp language, attorneys for two former Penn State administrators accused of trying to hide early allegations against convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky said today one of two counts against their clients must be dropped.

Lawyers for former Senior Vice President for Business and Finance Gary Schultz and Athletic Director Tim Curley said the statute of limitations for bringing failure to report child abuse charges stemming from a February 2001 shower-room incident has expired.
They also noted that the 10-year deadline expired in part because of the Attorney General's own decision to file its charges against Curley and Schultz last November, in tandem with those against Sandusky.
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Prosecutors have argued the statute of limitations should not apply in this case because, since the underlying offense was alleged child sexual abuse, the failure to report to authorities renews every day a report is not made.

The defense team called that argument an over-reach in its response, citing several cases in which state courts have held that "continuing course of conduct" language can not be read into laws after the fact, but must be explicit.

Nils Frederiksen, spokesman for Attorney General Linda Kelly, declined comment on the defense motion today.
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Dauphin County President Judge Todd Hoover will decide whether the charge is dismissed or not.

In addition to the failure to report charge, Curley and Schultz also face a felony count of perjury for allegedly lying to a state grand jury about what they knew of allegations against Sandusky, and how they responded to them.
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« Reply #2744 on: September 05, 2012, 10:32:23 PM »

Why wouldn't Amendola's scheme of claiming he is ineffective be a jailable offense?  If he does go on the stand as a witness to claim this, why wouldn't that be considered perjury?   He is not only wasting the court's time and money, but also playing games and making a mockery of the legal system. 

May he be as successful at becoming a tv pundit as his idol Jose.  They belong together, forever, on Aruba with no way off that hellhole. 
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« Reply #2745 on: September 07, 2012, 03:12:01 PM »

http://deadspin.com/5940675/jerry-sanduskys-attorney-wants-to-bring-his-lawyerin-act-to-television
Jerry Sandusky’s Attorney Wants To Bring His Lawyerin’ Act To Television
September 5, 2012

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« Reply #2746 on: September 07, 2012, 03:15:40 PM »

   World's tiniest violin playing for Jerry Sandusky and his regrets about not taking the stand.  How about regretting you sexually abused children for years?! 

http://abcnews.go.com/Sports/wireStory/penn-state-reports-17m-sandusky-costs-17153261#.UEpFeaDBnIU
Lawyer: Sandusky Has Regrets, Oct. Sentence Likely
September 5, 2012

 Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky regrets not taking the stand at his child sex abuse trial and likely will be sentenced next month, his defense lawyer said Wednesday.

Attorney Joe Amendola said he has not received a presentence report for Sandusky from the county court system and the defense has not decided whether to contest a recommendation that the 68-year-old be declared a sexually violent predator under Pennsylvania's Megan's Law, which would subject him to stringent reporting requirements if he's released on parole.

"The reality is Jerry is going to get a sentence, which, if it's not reversed on appeal, is going to be tantamount to a life sentence," Amendola said.

Sandusky, who maintains his innocence, acknowledging he showered with boys but saying he never molested them, regrets not taking the witness stand to dispute the claims of several young men who accused him of abuse, Amendola said.

"He does now," Amendola said. "What do they say about Monday morning? 20-20?"

Amendola had suggested in his opening statement to the jury that Sandusky might testify.

Amendola said he has continued to warn Sandusky about plans to make a statement at sentencing to Judge John Cleland because going into specifics could return to haunt him if he eventually gets a new trial.

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« Reply #2747 on: September 07, 2012, 06:53:52 PM »

http://www.deadline.com/2012/09/joe-paterno-movie-al-pacino-penn-state-gridiron-scandal/
Al Pacino To Play Joe Paterno In Movie On Penn State Gridiron Scandal
September 7, 2012

EXCLUSIVE: ICM Partners next week will be taking a package for a movie about fallen legend Penn State football head coach Joe Paterno, with Al Pacino attached to play the man called Papa Joe by most student at Happy Valley. The package will be build around Joe Posnanski’s biography Paterno, which is now atop The New York Times Bestseller List in its second week. Pacino’s manager, Rick Nicita, will produce.
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« Reply #2748 on: September 09, 2012, 04:46:35 PM »

http://www.jdjournal.com/2012/09/07/jerry-sandusky-maintains-innocence/
Jerry Sandusky Maintains Innocence
September 9, 2012

According to attorney Joe Amendola, Jerry Sandusky still claims his is innocent and his family is still supporting him. “Dottie is still 100 percent supportive of him,” Amendola said of Sandusky’s wife. Sandusky is still in the Centre County Correctional Facility waiting to be sentenced on the 45 counts he was convicted of that include indecent assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, corruption of minors and unlawful contact with minors. Sandusky was convicted back on June 22 and was told that sentencing would come 90 days later.

 

Amendola told the media that Sandusky’s children are still supporting him and that Dottie is planning to live in State College despite her husband being sentenced to life in prison. Amendola also said that he has not been told when the hearing for sentencing will be scheduled and he said he would not be shocked it is scheduled for sometime in October.
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« Reply #2749 on: September 12, 2012, 07:17:45 PM »

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/penn-st-trustees-to-weigh-renaming-child-care-center-named-for-ex-vp-charged-in-sandusky-case/2012/09/10/c88afd82-fb39-11e1-98c6-ec0a0a93f8eb_story.html
Penn St. trustees to weigh renaming child care center named for ex-VP charged in Sandusky case
September 10, 2012

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State’s trustees will consider renaming a child care center named for a retired administrator charged with failing to report suspected child abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky.

A discussion about renaming the Gary Schultz Child Care Center is on the agenda for the trustees meeting scheduled for Friday in State College.
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« Reply #2750 on: September 12, 2012, 07:20:11 PM »

http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/collegesports/former_assistant_mcqueary_suing_WlK1KVQCyQ1uDn2I3mgkzL
Former assistant McQueary suing Penn State: report
September 12, 2012

Mike McQueary didn’t go into immediate action after allegedly seeing Jerry Sandusky sexually abusing a young boy in a Penn State locker room, but he is taking action regarding his old job.

McQueary, the former Penn State quarterback and assistant coach under Joe Paterno, is taking the university to court, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has reported.

McQueary is suing Penn State, claiming an employment dispute and filing paperwork classified as a whistleblower case, according to the Pittsburgh paper.
McQueary, of course, was essential in the case against Sandusky as he told Paterno and later school officials he saw Sandusky molesting a 10-year-old boy in the winter of 2001. He was placed on administrative leave last November when Sandusky was arrested and charged with numerous counts of child abuse. He is important to the case against select school officials authorities believe didn't act quick enough or go through the appropriate channels to stop Sandusky.

While McQueary hasn’t been fired, he is entitled as an employee of the state under Pennsylvania law to gain protection under the “Whistleblower Act.” It is based on prohibiting retaliation for reporting an illegal act and falls within the 180-day window for filing a suit under the law.
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« Reply #2751 on: September 12, 2012, 07:22:54 PM »

http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/12/3333392/prosecutors-file-request-to-have.html
Prosecutors file request to have Jerry Sandusky classified as sexually violent predator
September 12, 2012

 BELLEFONTE — Prosecutors in the Jerry Sandusky case want to have the convicted pedophile classified as a sexually violent predator under Megan’s Law.

The Attorney General’s Office filed paperwork Wednesday asking Senior Judge John Cleland for a hearing where prosecutors would present testimony to support their request.

If declared a sexually violent predator, Sandusky would have to register his address and job with state police as a sex offender upon being released from prison. Because he had multiple convictions of serious sex offenses like involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, he would have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, according to state law.

That may be moot. The 68-year-old Sandusky could spend the rest of his life behind bars in a state prison because he was convicted on 45 counts of child abuse.

Defense attorney Joe Amendola doesn’t know if he will have his own assessment done.

“We're still evaluating how we want to proceed on this issue,” Amendola said.
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« Reply #2752 on: September 12, 2012, 07:25:02 PM »

http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/prosecutors-seek-hearing-to-determine-if-sandusky-qualifies-as-predator-under-pa-megans-law/2012/09/12/85bb0d0e-fd22-11e1-98c6-ec0a0a93f8eb_story.html
Prosecutors seek hearing to determine if Sandusky qualifies as predator under Pa. Megan’s Law
September 12, 2012

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Sexually violent predators are subject to intense reporting requirements upon release from prison, but that may not mean much in the case of the 68-year-old Sandusky. The former Penn State assistant football coach is likely to spend the rest of his life in prison after he is sentenced for 45 counts of child sexual abuse.

Defense lawyer Joe Amendola said that after Judge John Cleland schedules the hearing, he will meet with Sandusky to determine if they will oppose the designation. Sandusky maintains his innocence.

“The question is whether we want to spend the time and resources fighting it,” Amendola said.

Amendola said that the board’s recommendation in favor of sexually violent predator status for Sandusky was not a surprise, given his conviction for abuse of multiple victims, the number of counts and the serious nature of the charges against him.

“What they’re saying is, essentially, he groomed them,” Amendola said. “That basically fits the definition.”

Pennsylvania law designates certain offenders as sexually violent predators if they are considered to have mental abnormalities or personality disorders that make them likely to engage in predatory sexually violent offenses.

While registration under Megan’s Law can last for 10 years in some cases, that requirement is lifelong for sexually violent predators. They also must update their home address to state police every three months and show they are participating in approved counseling.

Local police are required to notify neighbors that a sexually violent predator lives nearby and produce fliers that bear the predator’s name, address, photo and offense.
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« Reply #2753 on: September 12, 2012, 07:37:41 PM »

http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/08/3327443/organizers-to-press-on-without.html
'Rally for Resignations' organizers to press on without Penn State permit
September 8, 2012

 Penn State supporters organizing a rally on campus calling for the resignations of university trustees and other officials don’t plan on formally registering the event.

The “Rally for Resignations” is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, on the Old Main lawn — the day after the trustees will meet on campus, and just hours before kickoff of the Nittany Lions home football game against Navy.

Franco Harris, an outspoken defender of Joe Paterno and critic of the board, is scheduled to be one of the speakers.

Eileen Morgan, a 1990 Penn State graduate who recently paid for a full-page ad in the Centre Daily Times criticizing the board, also will talk.

Morgan said the goal is to speak out and be heard in a peaceful way.
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« Reply #2754 on: September 13, 2012, 01:20:34 PM »

http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/13/3334499/gary-schultz-asks-penn-state-trustees.html
Gary Schultz asks Penn State trustees to hold off renaming child care center until after former administrator's trial
September 13, 2012

 UNIVERSITY PARK — Gary Schultz, one of the former Penn State administrators facing charges related to the Jerry Sandusky case, is asking the university board to hold off on renaming the child care center that bears his name.

In a letter to the board obtained by the Centre Daily Times, Schultz's attorney Thomas Farrell asks the board to wait until after Schultz's trial "both for the sake of Penn State and in adherence to the American tradition of presuming citizens innocent until and unless proven guilty after a fair trial."
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http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/13/3333997/penn-state-sports-facilities-projects.html#wgt=rcntnews
Penn State sports facilities projects on hold
September 13, 2012

 The expansion Penn State had planned for its aging indoor swimming facility along with construction of a new tennis center are both on hold indefinitely, with funding from university athletics coming up short.

University spokeswoman Lisa Powers confirmed that the projects — with a $65 million combined price tag — have been stalled and can’t be pursued at this time. Money to pay for the projects was to come from three sources: $30 million from student activity fees; $25 million from Intercollegiate Athletics; and $10 million from donations.
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Students pay a $112 semester facility fee, which generates about $8 million a year to support projects for student activities.

Powers said that while the option of directing the $30 million in student activity fees only to the natatorium project was considered, students on the facilities fee advisory committee did not want to pursue that option. Instead, the advisory board will be meeting over the next several weeks to discuss other options, she said.

The NCAA sanctions include a $60 million fine.
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« Reply #2756 on: September 13, 2012, 08:25:20 PM »

http://msn.foxsports.com/collegefootball/story/jerry-sandusky-victims-say-penn-state-slow-on-settlements-091312
Victims: Penn St. slow on settlements
September 13, 2012


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« Reply #2757 on: September 13, 2012, 11:06:09 PM »

http://www.seattlepi.com/sports/article/Alumni-based-Penn-State-group-blasts-Freeh-report-3863238.php
Alumni-based Penn State group blasts Freeh report
Thursday, September 13, 2012

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Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship said its review of the Freeh report turned up "failures" involving lack of disclosure, witnesses who were not interviewed and a supposed lack of evidence to back up conclusions about senior university administrators.

 

Almost sounds like they think Freeh should have focused on anyone but administrators.
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« Reply #2758 on: September 14, 2012, 01:44:10 PM »

LIVE - Board of Trustees Meeting
Video posted 36 minutes ago in Centre County Report by Centre County Report

http://psucommedia.com/centre-county-report/story/live-board-of-trustees-meeting

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 1:30pm
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« Reply #2759 on: September 14, 2012, 02:02:08 PM »

http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2012/09/penn_state_trustees_to_meet_to_1.html
Penn State trustees to meet today, hold first public comment session since Jerry Sandusky scandal
September 14, 2012

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State's trustees will be updated on the status of changes prompted by the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal when they meet at a hotel in State College.
 
The meeting, which begins at 1:30 p.m. today, will feature a public comment session for the first time since Sandusky was charged.

The board's agenda on Friday includes a report on recommendations from a group led by former FBI director and federal judge Louis Freeh, hired by the university to examine how top officials responded to complaints about Sandusky showering with boys in 1998 and 2001.
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