Penn State Abuse
Another sanction against Penn State from the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal is going away.
A federal judge on Tuesday declined to throw out a state law that requires the $60 million fine Penn State has been paying over the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal be spent to address child abuse within the state.
Jerry Sandusky’s wife is defending her husband again, this time in a written piece provided to a Harrisburg news organization.
Dottie Sandusky, wife of Jerry Sandusky convicted of 42 counts of child abuse, shared some thoughts about her husband with former talk show host and documentarian John Ziegler.
Jerry Sandusky appeared in court Tuesday during an ongoing battle about his pension being forfeited in the wake of a conviction for molesting young boys in 2012.
The issue is Jerry Sandusky’s monthly pension that added up to $4,600 per month and he received it starting in 1999 when he retired from Penn State.
Seven men, including Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son and a Sandusky victim key to longtime coach Joe Paterno’s firing, have finalized deals with Penn State over claims of abuse by the school’s former assistant football coach, their lawyer says.