You could hardly open a Pennsylvania newspaper in 2012 without running into a story about the prosecution of sexual predators or their enablers. The case of Jerry Sandusky, the Penn State football coach convicted of abusing 10 boys, was all over the headlines. Show More Summary
The Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal has cost Penn State far more than was previously reported—and the university could still dish out more. Though the school previously reported paying out almost $60 million to 26 victims, a financial audit for the 2015 fiscal year ending June 30 shows Penn...
Penn State settled with six more victims or accusers of the former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, according to a new audit that puts the university’s total payout in the child sex abuse scandal at nearly $93 million.
The shocking dollar figure - up from the original $60 million - was made public at the same time it was revealed Penn State could still face claims from six or more alleged victims, NBC News is reporting.
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Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky is getting his pension back. A Pennsylvania appeals court ruled Friday that the former Pennsylvania State University assistant football coach has been due his benefits since the state withdrew them when he was sentenced to prison three years ago, The Associated Press reported. Show More Summary
The state of Pennsylvania must restore the pension of the former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky that was taken away three years ago, when he was sentenced to prison after being convicted of child molestation, a court ordered Friday.
Former Penn State football assistant coach and convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky is entitled to receive his full $4,900 Pennsylvania state pension because the crimes for which his pension was revoked were not committed while he was a public employee, a court ruled Friday. Show More Summary
Jerry Sandusky will spend the rest of his natural life in prison for molesting and assaulting numerous boys over a 15-year period, all met via his Second Mile foundation. The day he was sentenced, Pennsylvania’s State Employees’ Retirement Board cut off his sizable pension from his years of service at Penn State. Today, a court gave it back. Read more...
Jerry Sandusky, the Penn State assistant football coach who was convicted of molesting 10 boys, has had his pension restored three years after it was taken away. Back in 2012, State Employees’ Retirement Board wrongly concluded that Sandusky, who is serving a 30-60 year sentence, was an employee at Penn State during the time period when…
Disgraced former Penn State University football coach Jerry Sandusky, a convicted child molester, won his pension back under a court order.
The former Penn State assistant football coach was convicted in 2012 of sexually abusing 10 boys. The court said he was entitled to the $4,900-a-month pension.
Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach who in 2012 was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison for sexually abusing 10 children, will again receive his $4,900 monthly pension from the state of Pennsylvania after a court there ruled unanimously that a state board erred in ordering its termination. According to […]
And now, from the “REALLY?!” files … A Pennsylvania court has ordered that Jerry Sandusky’s state pension be reinstated — with interest. The post Court Gives Jerry Sandusky His Pension Back, With Interest, After Child Sex-Abuse Conviction appeared first on CrimeFeed.
A Pennsylvania court on Friday reinstated Jerry Sandusky's pension, ruling that a state board had improperly stripped payments to the former Penn State assistant football coach after his 2012 conviction for sexually abusing boys. The...Show More Summary
The state must restore the pension of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky that was taken away three years ago on the day he was sentenced to prison on child molestation convictions, a court ordered Friday. A Commonwealth Court panel ruled unanimously that the State Employees'...
A Pennsylvania court ruled in favor of disgraced former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky on Friday by reinstating the pension he lost in 2012. According to the Associated Press (h/t ESPN.com), it was determined the State...Show More Summary
Former Penn State assistant football coach lost his pension when he was sentenced in child sex abuse case
A state judge on Thursday ordered Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane to turn over any documents she holds that might suggest the victims of convicted child sex offender Jerry Sandusky had a financial incentive to shade their testimony in his 2012 trial. Show More Summary
A lawyer for Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State coach convicted of child sex abuse, said on Friday he is considering his next step after a judge rejected his request for an investigation that he hoped would lead to a new trial for his client. Show More Summary