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Fox News Watch Accuses NBC Of ‘Journalistic Malpractice’ For Sandusky Interview

With the news that former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will be facing the rest of his life in prison for child sexual abuse, the Fox News Watch panel took a look at the last time Sandusky spoke to the media-- to NBC's Bob Costas, in an interview that the panel alleged was edited to not "be forthcoming" and perhaps try "to preserve a relationship with Sandusky or Penn State.
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