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Penn State sex abuse scandal investigation will continue


Penn State sex abuse scandal investigation will continue

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania state officials investigating child sex charges in connection to former Penn State  defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky  are asking for help: They want anyone with information regarding alleged victims to contact them.
At a news conference Monday, Attorney General Linda Kelly said her office’s grand jury investigation has identified six of the eight victims included in the investigation. They would like to identify the other two — and hear from any new victims.
One of the two unknown victims was involved in one of the most disturbing pieces of the story.
According to the grand jury, a former Penn State graduate assistant said he’d caught Sandusky subjecting a boy who appeared to be about 10 years old to anal intercourse in the showers of the Penn State locker room in 2002.
“Today, as we stand here, we encourage that person — who is now likely to be a young adult — to contact investigators in the attorney general’s office,” Kelly said. “We also encourage anyone else who has information related to this case to please contact (us).

“We’re determined to quickly respond to any new witnesses or any additional information that may appear.”
Kelly and Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said the pattern of sexual abuse, which led Kelly to call Sandusky a “child predator,” means there might be more victims than the eight in the grand jury report. Noonan said he anticipates he will hear from new victims.
Sandusky met all the alleged victims through his charity organization, the Second Mile, where he first encountered the boys, then used gifts such as trips to Penn State football games to maintain contact. Victims’ grand jury testimony described overnight visits at Sandusky’s home, where he made physical contact. Other testimony included stories about showering with Sandusky that made victims uncomfortable.

Penn State assistant coach ran kid camps after ban

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A former Penn State assistant football coach accused of sexually abusing boys operated a series of youth sports camps at a satellite campus for six years after he was prohibited from taking youths onto the school’s main campus by the athletics director and the senior vice president, who have been charged with failing to tell police about him.
The ban against Jerry Sandusky was imposed in 2002, the year a graduate student claimed to see him assault a child in a locker room shower. But Sandusky held summer football camps through his Sandusky Associates company at the satellite campus just outside Erie from 2000 to 2008, Penn State Behrend spokesman Bill Gonda said.
The Sandusky camp was first reported by the sports website Deadspin.
Sandusky operated football camps not only at the Behrend campus but also at Penn State Capital College in Middletown, Robert Morris University and Muhlenberg College, among others, according to his now offline website.
The camp was aimed at students from fourth grade through high school and offered personal attention and coaching from Sandusky, who retired from Penn State in 1999 after learning that he would not be head coach Joe Paterno’s successor.
Sandusky has been aware of the accusations against him for about three years and has maintained his innocence, his lawyer said.
One victim’s mother reported allegations of sexual abuse to her son’s high school inClinton County , Pa., in 2009, which banned Sandusky from the school district. The school reported the allegations to authorities, prompting the investigation that has been happening for the past two years.
That chain of events stands in stark contrast to Penn State’s inaction following the alleged abuse in the locker room shower in 2002.
The grad assistant reported what he’d seen to football coach Joe Paterno , who testified that he notified his superior, Penn State athletics director Tim Curley.more
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