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« Reply #2800 on: September 17, 2012, 07:05:23 PM »

Thank you MuffyBee for keeping this so well updated! 

You're welcome yuknomenot.  I believe Sandusky is just the tip of the iceberg.  JMHO
Without a doubt he is.  I actually think he is somewhat of a sacrificial lamb, he and Paterno.  IMO, they are both predatory, evil and guilty pedophiles (perhaps in different ways), but they are also being used as cover for many, many others.  I read a very short article this morning, actually it was almost an introduction to a full article, about a study(?) that found a huge coverup of abuse by the Boy Scouts into the 90s.  I didn't have time to read it and now, of course, I can't find it.  I will keep looking for it,  it will likely tie in here at some point.
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« Reply #2801 on: September 17, 2012, 09:10:54 PM »

Thank you MuffyBee for keeping this so well updated! 

You're welcome yuknomenot.  I believe Sandusky is just the tip of the iceberg.  JMHO
Without a doubt he is.  I actually think he is somewhat of a sacrificial lamb, he and Paterno.  IMO, they are both predatory, evil and guilty pedophiles (perhaps in different ways), but they are also being used as cover for many, many others.  I read a very short article this morning, actually it was almost an introduction to a full article, about a study(?) that found a huge coverup of abuse by the Boy Scouts into the 90s.  I didn't have time to read it and now, of course, I can't find it.  I will keep looking for it,  it will likely tie in here at some point.

I think I read that same article, early this morning. If you find it again, or if I come across it, one of us should start a thread for that.  It was a very well written article. 
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« Reply #2802 on: September 17, 2012, 10:30:38 PM »

I've opened a thread:

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=13523.msg1539603#msg1539603
Boy Scouts of America Failed to Report & Helped Cover Up Child Sex Abuse
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« Reply #2803 on: September 18, 2012, 12:27:22 AM »

http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/17/3339597/former-penn-state-administrator.html
Update: Former Penn State administrators Gary Schultz and Tim Curley ask court for separate trials
September 17, 2012

 Gary Schultz and Tim Curley, the former Penn State administrators facing charges for their role in the Jerry Sandusky scandal, are asking the court for separate trials.

In motions to separate the cases filed today in Dauphin County Court, attorneys for Schultz and Curley argue that their clients' trials will be prejudiced by being held together.

In addition to felony perjury charges for testimony they gave to the grand jury investigating Sandusky, Curley and Schultz are facing failure to report child abuse charges. Their attorneys are asking the court to separate those charges as well.

They are currently scheduled to stand trial starting Jan. 7.
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Curley's attorney argues that the accusations against Curley are unique and different from the allegations against Schultz. That motion also argues that, "Substantial evidence presented in this case pertains only to one defendant and would be inadmissible against the other at individual trial pursuant to the Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence."


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« Reply #2804 on: September 18, 2012, 10:22:39 AM »

Has Jerry spent most of his time "preparing for his sentencing and his appeal"?  From what I've read, he and Dottie were spending a lot of time working on his next book! (see link with snips below) And I just so hope Jerry makes a statement at the hearing.  I was disappointed he didn't take the stand during his trial.  It would have definitely dug his hole a lot deeper, imo. 

http://www.freep.com/article/20120918/NEWS07/309180037/Jerry-Sandusky-could-spend-rest-of-life-behind-bars-for-child-sex-abuse
Jerry Sandusky could spend rest of life behind bars for child sex abuse
September 18, 2012

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Sandusky's attorney Joe Amendola said his client might make a statement at the hearing.

"Jerry remains in relatively good spirits and has spent most of his time in custody preparing for his sentencing and his appeal," Amendola said via e-mail.
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http://www.wjactv.com/news/news/jerry-sandusky-writing-second-book-prison/nRBZJ/
Jerry Sandusky Writing Second Book In Prison
August 14, 2012
Years before child sex abuse charges were filed against Jerry Sandusky, he wrote a book called “Touched,” a story about his life.
Now, weeks before Sandusky’s sentencing date on 45 child sex abuse charges, sources confirm to 6 News reporter Gary Sinderson that Sandusky is working on a second book while he is incarcerated.
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 Sources told 6 News at first, it was believed Sandusky was writing his version of events that he wants to read at his sentencing.

Now, those sources said Sandusky is apparently working on writing a second book, and doing so with the help of his wife, Dottie.


 Sources said there has been so much paperwork exchanged between Jerry and Dottie,  that Dottie has had her written correspondence privileges suspended by prison officials.

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Legal experts tell 6 News it is unlikely that Sandusky could make any money off of a book written in prison, because convicted felons are barred from profiting from writing about their crimes.
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« Reply #2805 on: September 18, 2012, 10:27:52 AM »

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/local/20120918_Penn_State_administrator_files_motion_to_have_separate_trial.html
Penn State administrator files motion to have separate trial
September 18, 2012

One of two Pennsylvania State University administrators charged with perjury and failing to report suspected child abuse in the Jerry Sandusky scandal filed a motion Monday to have separate trials for the pair.

The motion, filed in Dauphin County Court, argues that former vice president Gary Schultz cannot get a fair trial if he faces a jury alongside suspended athletic director Tim Curley.

Schultz's attorney, Thomas Farrell, also filed a motion indicating that Curley would file a similar motion to sever.

Schultz and Curley are charged with failing to report to outside authorities a 2001 incident in which graduate assistant Mike McQueary said he witnessed Sandusky molesting a boy in a football locker-room shower and then lying about it to a grand jury.

Curley and Schultz "several times implicated" each other in their grand jury testimony, according to the motion.

If Schultz decides not to testify, Curley's grand jury testimony should not be used against him while they are codefendants, the motion says.

Conversely, "should Mr. Curley choose not to testify, as is his constitutional right, Mr. Schultz would be deprived of his Sixth Amendment right to confront Mr. Curley, a witness squarely against him in this instance," the motion says.

Schultz's "right to confront a witness against him under the Sixth Amendment is violated by introducing a nontestifying codefendant's confession which implicates the defendant as a participant in the crime," according to the filing.
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« Reply #2806 on: September 18, 2012, 11:14:09 AM »

Sounds like Schultz and Curley may just have some contention between them.  First one to the prosecutors' office wins!!!!
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« Reply #2807 on: September 18, 2012, 11:36:36 AM »

Sounds like Schultz and Curley may just have some contention between them.  First one to the prosecutors' office wins!!!!

 
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« Reply #2808 on: September 18, 2012, 07:58:53 PM »

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-09-18/penn-state-athletic-director-to-stay-on-until-president-retires
Penn State Athletic Director to Stay on Until President Retires
September 18, 2012

Pennsylvania State University Acting Athletic Director Dave Joyner will hold that job at least until President Rodney Erickson retires in June of 2013 or 2014, Erickson said.
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Erickson said he expects the school’s next president to conduct a national search for an athletic director, which was suggested in a report by former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Louis Freeh in the aftermath of a child sex scandal that led to the ouster of former university president Graham Spanier and legendary football coach Joe Paterno.

“I think it’s appropriate for the next president to make that choice,” Erickson, 65, said.
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Joyner replaced Tim Curley in November 2011 after the former athletic director was charged with perjury for lying about his knowledge of child molestation involving former football assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. Curley has denied the charge.
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« Reply #2809 on: September 18, 2012, 08:02:08 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2012/09/18/ncaa-task-force-to-oversee-distribution-60-million-penn-state-fine/
NCAA task force to oversee distribution of $60 million Penn State fine
September 18, 2012

A 10-member task force has been named to come up with guidelines for how to distribute the record $60 million fine that Penn State will pay in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal, the NCAA said Tuesday.

The money will fund programs designed to combat child sexual abuse and help victims around the country. The task force will set policy for the endowment and hire a third-party administrator who will choose which nonprofit groups receive funding each year.

"This fund will exist, presumably, for a long, long time, and putting it together right, putting a good solid foundation under it, a thoughtful philosophy under it, is just going to mean it will be an effective, respected source of funding in this area for a long time," said task force member Nan Crouter, dean of Penn State's College of Health and Human Development.
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Penn State also agreed to pay $12 million a year for the next five years into an endowment to fund programs for the detection, prevention and treatment of child abuse.

Prominent Pennsylvania politicians including Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody wanted the NCAA to keep all the funds in state. Instead, 25 percent of the annual grants will be reserved for Pennsylvania organizations. In-state groups will also receive the first round of funding.

"Recognizing that child sexual abuse is a national issue, the NCAA has determined that grants from the endowment will be available in other states as well," Penn State President Rodney Erickson said in a statement. "Penn State appreciates the commitments of the task force on this important endeavor that will help countless victims of child sexual abuse."

An NCAA spokeswoman declined comment on a timetable for the first distribution of funds.

Penn State got to name two people to the task force: Dr. Craig Hillemeier, vice dean for clinical affairs at the medical school, and Crouter, who expressed high hopes for the money.
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« Reply #2810 on: September 18, 2012, 08:13:45 PM »

http://deadspin.com/5944033/malcolm-gladwell-turns-jerry-sandusky-into-a-parable-by-leaving-out-some-facts
Malcolm Gladwell Turns Jerry Sandusky Into A Parable By Leaving Out Some Facts
September 18, 2012

(see Malcon Gladwell's response/comments)
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« Reply #2811 on: September 19, 2012, 10:41:48 AM »

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-09-19/penn-state-to-compensate-sandusky-victims-erickson-says
Penn State to Compensate Sandusky Victims, Erickson Says
September 19, 2012

Pennsylvania State University plans to settle with victims of the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal, President Rodney Erickson said.

The university is working with outside lawyers and plans to announce a process that will result in the settlement of “ideally all” of the civil cases so that “victims will not have to be dragged through a long litigation process,” Erickson said in an interview yesterday at Bloomberg LP’s headquarters in New York. The money will come from insurance policies and funds set aside from interest on internal loans, Erickson said.

“We certainly haven’t forgotten about Mr. Sandusky’s victims,” Erickson said. “We want to make sure that we do the right thing in terms of providing a just outcome for them.”

The 157-year-old university has been under intense scrutiny since the November 2011 indictment of Sandusky, a former assistant football coach, for the sexual abuse of 10 boys over a 15-year period. Sandusky was convicted by a jury in June of 45 criminal counts. The scandal and coverup tarnished Penn State’s image, and a university-commissioned investigation concluded that fear of bad publicity and a “culture of reverence” for the football program steered the school’s handling of the allegations.

“It’s been a series of waves we’ve been confronted with,” Erickson, 65, said of the post-Sandusky fallout. “Yes, that happened and yes, we can’t forget that, but it’s about moving on.”

Erickson’s pledge to reach settlements follows the university’s statement after the verdict that it would establish a forum to address victims’ concerns and possible compensation.
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The university is the subject of investigations by the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Attorney in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It faces at least three victims’ lawsuits and in July was fined $60 million by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, which stripped the football team of its wins from 1998 through 2011.
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« Reply #2812 on: September 19, 2012, 03:39:09 PM »

http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/19/3341804/penn-state-wants-judge-to-stay.html
Penn State wants judge to stay lawsuit filed by Victim 1 in Jerry Sandusky case
September 19, 2012

 UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State has asked a judge in Philadelphia to put a hold on a civil lawsuit filed by a Clinton County teen in the Jerry Sandusky abuse case in light of the ongoing grand jury investigation and upcoming trial of two former administrators.

Penn State spokesman David La Torre said today the university’s lawyers have moved to stay the suit and are waiting for the judge to rule. The motion for a stay was filed last week.

The suit filed a month ago by Victim 1 makes allegations against former administrators Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, and they are awaiting trial on perjury and failure to report abuse charges.

Penn State’s attorneys said they want the stay because they believe the Curley and Schultz trial or the state attorney general’s grand jury investigation could prejudice their rights or the rights of the plaintiff.

“It would be highly prejudicial to force Defendant to move forward in litigation, and discovery, while it is subject to parallel criminal proceedings,” the attorneys for Penn State wrote in their motion.

“Those criminal proceedings should conclude first without diverting resources to or muddying up the (c)ivil (a)ction.”
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« Reply #2813 on: September 19, 2012, 03:44:04 PM »

http://www.statecollege.com/news/local-news/penn-states-attorney-asks-judge-to-hold-victim-1s-civil-suit-1136871/
Penn State's Attorney Asks Judge to Hold Victim 1's Civil Suit
By Laura Nichols
September 19, 2012

One Penn State attorney asked a Philadelphia judge to grant a stay in the civil case filed by Jerry Sandusky's Victim 1 until the completion of the ongoing grand jury investigation and the case against two former Penn State administrators.
James Keller filed the motion last week, citing two other civil cases against Penn State that were each recently granted a stay "in light of the ongoing and well-publicized criminal proceedings against university officials." Both cases remain active, as would the civil suit filed by Victim 1.
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Keller filed a motion for extraordinary relief and asked for consideration of the motion to be expedited, "as a responsive pleading deadline is fast approaching," he wrote in his letter sent to the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
Victim 1, who testified in June that as a minor, he was sexually abused by Sandusky multiple times, filed the civil suit through an attorney in August. Victim 1 was the first to report his abuse by Sandusky to officials. At first, no one believed him, but his allegations eventually sparked an investigation that led to the grand jury report that indicted Sandusky and ousted top leadership at Penn State.

Document and letter filed by James Keller, a Penn State Attorney
http://www.scribd.com/doc/106379404/20120912111145



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In case you need a refresher on Victim 1: http://bit.ly/NFoBqL  No one believed #Sandusky abused him at first, then prompted grand jury.
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« Reply #2814 on: September 19, 2012, 03:55:11 PM »

http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/19/3341124/no-reason-to-delay-renaming-of.html
Our View | No reason to delay renaming of Penn State center
September 19, 2012

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« Reply #2815 on: September 19, 2012, 07:20:19 PM »

September 19, 2012 Tweets
https://twitter.com/McCannSportsLaw
5h Michael McCann Michael McCann ‏@McCannSportsLaw
If #PSU settles w victims 2 things: Avg payment made by Church to abuse victims was $268K + other #Sandusky victims could emerge & still sue

4h Jon Heshka Jon Heshka ‏@HeshkaSportsLaw
@McCannSportsLaw I agree. The figure, however, is tested by the assumption that the Catholic Church is bigger than college football.


4h Michael McCann Michael McCann ‏@McCannSportsLaw
@HeshkaSportsLaw Well said and provocative question. Hard one to answer at least as it relates to U.S.

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5h Michael McCann Michael McCann ‏@McCannSportsLaw
If #PSU settles w victims 2 things: Avg payment made by Church to abuse victims was $268K + other #Sandusky victims could emerge & still sue


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@McCannSportsLaw When is our Commonwealth going to be investigated for Licensing & Approving #Sandusky as a Foster/Adoptive Parent? #Fraud

4h Michael McCann Michael McCann ‏@McCannSportsLaw
@wensilver Great question. Where was the oversight of his charity, too? It's that next layer of questions that hopefully won't be forgotten.

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4h wendy silverwood wendy silverwood ‏@wensilver
@McCannSportsLaw I've been ranting about #SecondMile since Nov. Judge #Freeh tells me "that's a good question" & quickly ends his presser.

4h wendy silverwood wendy silverwood ‏@wensilver
@McCannSportsLaw #SecondMile should be investigated for #Fraud too. One program spent $3,000 per child with TEEN volunteers in charge. Huh?

5h Michael McCann Michael McCann ‏@McCannSportsLaw
If #PSU settles w victims 2 things: Avg payment made by Church to abuse victims was $268K + other #Sandusky victims could emerge & still sue


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« Reply #2816 on: September 19, 2012, 09:23:00 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2012/09/19/abc-to-interview-sandusky-abuse-case-victim-1/
ABC to interview Sandusky abuse case's Victim 1
September 19, 2012

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. –  ABC will interview the young man whose 2009 allegations of sexual abuse led to the Penn State scandal and the criminal conviction of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

Attorney Michael Boni, who represents the teenager known in court papers as Victim 1, said Wednesday that ABC landed the first interview with his client, who has a book coming out this fall.

It's unclear when the ABC interview would air. ABC didn't immediately return a phone message left Wednesday seeking comment. The New York Post was first to report the ABC exclusive.
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« Reply #2817 on: September 20, 2012, 01:27:32 PM »

http://www.examiner.com/article/da-burke-strunsky-offers-insight-on-jerry-sandusky-and-the-humanity-of-justice
DA Burke Strunsky offers insight on Jerry Sandusky and 'The Humanity of Justice'
September 19, 2012

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« Reply #2818 on: September 20, 2012, 01:30:35 PM »

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/i-team/self-described-child-prostitute-connects-jerry-sandusky-poly-prep-sex-abuse-scandal-coach-phil-foglietta-article-1.1163303
Self-described 'child prostitute' connects Jerry Sandusky to Poly Prep sex abuse scandal and coach Phil Foglietta
Greg Bucceroni sends off email detailing explosive allegations that late Poly Prep football coach, whom he met at fund-raiser for Sandusky's Second Mile charity, was involved in child sex ring.
Published: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 10:21 PM
Updated: Thursday, September 20, 2012, 12:33 PM


A Philadelphia man who claims to have been paid to have sex with former Poly Prep football coach Phil Foglietta in 1979 as part of an alleged pedophile ring that included Jerry Sandusky sent an email to several Poly Prep officials on Monday - including current headmaster David Harman - detailing the explosive allegation.

Greg Bucceroni, 48, also sent the email to Kevin Mulhearn, the Orangeburg, N.Y., attorney who represents 12 men who sued the school, alleging Poly Prep officials knew that Foglietta was a sexual predator but covered it up for decades in order to protect the elite institution's reputation and fund-raising efforts.

Bucceroni says he was a teenager when he said he met Foglietta at a Second Mile fund-raiser near State College, Pa. The Second Mile organization, which helped at-risk youths, was founded in 1977 by Sandusky, the former Penn State football coach who was convicted on 45 counts of sexual abuse of minors in June. Sandusky, who is scheduled to be sentenced next month, is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison.

In the email to Poly Prep, Bucceroni said he was "a child prostitute" and was associated with a pedophile ring that included Sandusky, Foglietta, now-deceased Philadelphia businessman Ed Savitz and former Wharton School of Business professor Lawrence Scott Ward, who is serving a lengthy prison sentence for trafficking in child porn and smuggling photos and videos of himself having sex with a teenage Brazilian boy.
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At a hearing on Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Frederic Block - who is overseeing the Poly Prep sexual abuse lawsuit filed by 10 former students and two day campers - urged the plaintiffs and the school's lawyers to reach a settlement. A source familiar with the case said no settlement has yet been reached, but that there have been several settlement conferences before a magistrate judge.

The lawsuit filed by Mulhearn in 2009, which seeks $20 million for each of the plaintiffs who say they were assaulted by Foglietta, claims that Foglietta may have abused hundreds of other boys. According to the suit, a plaintiff identified as John Doe III says he found hundreds of photos of naked boys, apparently taken with a Kodak Instamatic in Foglietta's apartment, when he opened a dresser drawer in the coach's bedroom in 1971.

Foglietta died in 1998. According to a source familiar with the coach, he claimed that he had been offered a job on several occasions to serve on Joe Paterno's Penn State football staff at Penn State. But Foglietta chose to stay at the Dyker Heights school because, according to the source, "he wanted to be big fish in a small pond."

Mulhearn declined to comment Bucceroni's email.

Bucceroni told The News that he was contacted by authorities on Wednesday to discuss Foglietta, and in the email to Poly Prep, he says that he has cooperated with the FBI and U.S. Postal Inspectors.






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« Reply #2819 on: September 20, 2012, 01:34:38 PM »

http://abcnews.go.com/Sports/wireStory/penn-state-process-works-settle-lawsuits-17275849#.UFtRy67BnIU
Penn State Brings in Victim Fund Veteran Feinberg
September 20, 2012

 The lawyer who ran the Sept. 11 victim fund and other major victim compensation efforts has been hired by Penn State in its effort to settle personal injury claims related to former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky's molestation.

Penn State said Thursday that it retained the Washington, D.C., law firm led by Ken Feinberg for what the university described as an effort to resolve all litigation, including claims that have not been filed, by the end of the year.

Feinberg also helped resolve claims that arose from the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the Virginia Tech massacre and the Vietnam War defoliant Agent Orange. He declined a phone interview.

At least four lawsuits are in the works against Penn State over Sandusky, who is scheduled to be sentenced next month for sexually abusing 10 boys.
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