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Two Penn State administrators were arraigned Friday on new accusations they hushed up child sexual abuse allegations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
The hearing for Gary Schultz and Tim Curley on charges of endangering the welfare of children, obstruction and conspiracy lasted about 10 minutes in a suburban Harrisburg courtroom. Bail was set at $50,000.
Afterward, Schultz attorney Tom Farrell talked of the positive things the men have accomplished, along with their co-defendant, former Penn State president Graham Spanier.
''People of this character do not do, have not done what they're charged with,'' Farrell said.
Curley and Schultz shook hands and greeted each other warmly inside the courtroom but said little during the proceeding, after which they drove away to be fingerprinted.
Spanier has been out of state at a relative's funeral and will be arraigned on Wednesday, the judge said.
The three men were accused in a withering 39...
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Penn State President Rodney Erickson says actions taken by the university in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case will make Penn State a leader in dealing with campus crime.
Erickson says the school is adopting aggressive new safety and reporting policies and when the process is complete, Penn State will be ''a model university.'' He says other colleges...
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State's former president is accused of perjury, endangering children and other charges in the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal.
According to online court records, charges were filed Thursday against Graham Spanier (SPAN'-yer) and two other administrators.
Spanier had been the school's president for 16 years until the scandal broke a year...
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The
"conspiracy of silence" that protected Jerry Sandusky extended all the
way to the top at Penn State, prosecutors said Thursday as they charged
former university president Graham Spanier with hushing up child sexual
abuse allegations against the former assistant football coach.
Prosecutors also added counts
against two of Spanier's...
Former Penn State president Graham Spanier says he's not guilty of the cover-up charges he faces in the Jerry Sandusky molestation scandal, and he is accusing the governor of trying to settle a personal score.
Spanier's lawyers issued a statement Thursday responding to charges of perjury, obstruction and child endangerment.
The attorneys say the charges are the result of...
In a move most saw coming ex-Penn State Univeristy President Graham Spainer was finally chared in connection to the Jerry Sandusky case and scandal. According to reports Spainer was charged with perjury, a felony, because of his "hushing up" of the Sandusky sex abuse scandal for many years.
Other charges were added for both Tim Curly and Gary Schultz in their roles...
See what the Penn State coach said following the Nittany Lions' win at Purdue. We have the entire PC right here.
The Nittany Lions bounce back from a loss to Ohio State by whipping the Boilermakers in West Lafayette.
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Penn State's former president is accused of perjury, endangering
children and other charges in the Jerry Sandusky molestation
1. Penn State at Purdue (+3.5). Purdue comes off two tough losses. However this team is pretty fundamentally strong and it should be focused today. The line for the game has slowly been coming down in favor of Purdue. Penn State still has many issues on both sides of the ball. Ohio State took advantage of many of their weaknesses and Purdue could do the same. It remains tough...
Penn StateThe Penn State Nittany Lions lost in Happy Valley to the Ohio State Buckeyes in what some were calling the “Ineligible Bowl” this past Saturday. The first half served as more of a defensive battle. Ohio State broke the game open in the third quarter. The final score was 35-23.
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