Articles Posted in the " Jerry Sandusky " Category

  • Jerry Sandusky Denies Child Molestation Charges in Appeals Hearing

    Jerry Sandusky Denies Child Molestation Charges in Appeals Hearing

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    Jerry Sandusky Denies Child Molestation Charges in Appeals Hearing

    Jerry Sandusky took the stand Friday to forcefully deny the child molestation charges he was convicted of four years ago and say it wasn’t his idea to waive his right to testify during his trial.

    The former Penn State assistant football coach testified for an hour during an appeals hearing in which he’s hoping to have his 45-count conviction thrown out or get a new trial. The 72-year-old argued during a hearing in the courthouse near State College that he wasn’t properly represented by his legal team. The hearing is scheduled to continue Aug. 22 and Aug. 23.



  • Oprah Interview Reveals Jerry Sandusky’s Son Now Accusing Him of Sexual Abuse

    Oprah Interview Reveals Jerry Sandusky’s Son Now Accusing Him of Sexual Abuse

    Oprah Interview Reveals Jerry Sandusky’s Son Now Accusing Him of Sexual Abuse

    Jerry Sandusky’s adult son is speaking out about what he says was sexual abuse by his father.

    The Oprah Winfrey Network announced Tuesday that Winfrey’s interview with Matt Sandusky will be broadcast Thursday night.

    The network says Matt Sandusky describes grooming, methodical control and manipulation by his father.

    He’s one of six children Jerry and Dottie Sandusky adopted.

    Matt Sandusky settled a civil claim against Penn State. His allegations weren’t part of the criminal case that ended two years ago with a 45-count conviction for Jerry Sandusky, who is serving a lengthy prison sentence.


  • Jerry Sandusky Gets Appeal Bid Denied by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

    Jerry Sandusky Gets Appeal Bid Denied by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

    Jerry Sandusky gets appeal denied

     Jerry Sandusky Gets Appeal Bid Denied by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

    Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky’s child molestation conviction will not be reviewed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, under an order issued last Wednesday.

    Sandusky asked the court to take up his 45-count conviction, arguing his lawyers were rushed too quickly to trial in 2012 and that prosecutors improperly made reference to his decision not to testify.

    Read more at Tainted Teacher Report!



  • Former Penn State Top Officials In Court Over The “Conspiracy of Silence”, Says Report

    Former Penn State Top Officials In Court Over The “Conspiracy of Silence”, Says Report

    Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal and Top Officials on Trial

    Former Penn State Top Officials In Court Over The “Conspiracy of Silence”, Says Report

    Two Penn State administrators, Gary Schultz and Tim Curley were arraigned on last Friday on new accusations they kept quiet child sexual abuse allegations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

    The two had a hearing on charges of:

    1. endangering the welfare of children
    2. obstruction
    3. and conspiracy.

    Their bail is set to $50,000 each.

     

    Read more at Church Scandal Report!

     


  • Witness Says Jerry Sandusky and Penn State Booster Sexually Abused Boys on Private Jet

    Witness Says Jerry Sandusky and Penn State Booster Sexually Abused Boys on Private Jet

    Sandusky and Penn Booster may have sexually abused boys on private plane

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    Witness Says Jerry Sandusky and Penn State Booster Sexually Abused Boys on Private Jet

    While more investigating is going on even after Jerry Sandusky has been convicted on several counts, the U.S. Postal Service is doing their own investigation with the feds on more claims they may came out like the one we are reporting now.

    A witness has been interviewed by federal authorities along with U.S. Postal inspectors and they claim the now convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky and a Penn State booster sexually assaulted boys on a private plane, according to an exclusive RadarOnline report.