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The Second Mile, the charity at the center of the child sex-abuse charges against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is obviously in major turmoil right now. And also in transition. Today the current president resigned, saying he hoped his leave would help restore faith in their mission. The charity also announced it had hired Philadelphia’s longtime district attorney as its new general counsel. According to the AP: Jack Raykovitz, a practicing psychologist, had led the group, which was founded by Sandusky in 1977, for 28 years. Raykovitz had testified before the grand jury that recommended indicting Sandusky on child abuse charges. The panel said Sandusky found his victims through the charity’s programs. In other PSU scandal related news, the name of the Big Ten title trophy, to be awarded for the first time on December third, in the inaugural conference championship, will see the name of Joe Paterno removed. Obviously, we all saw this coming and it is the r...
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