Chris reviews New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s press conference and apology following revelations that his staff orchestrated traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge for a political payback. He also talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and Ray Didinger to preview this week’s NFL playoff matchups.
Hall-of-Fame sports columnist Bill Conlin, who resigned from the Daily News two years ago amid allegations he sexually abused children, has died.
Chris talks to CBS 3’s Natasha Brown in Happy Valley covering the ceremonies following the death of Joe Paterno and to John Hayward to analyze last night’s Republican debate. He also responds to a Daily News editorial criticizing him for his reactions to their coverage of the Bill Conlin child molestation scandal
There is one thing positive coming of all the news about high-profile pedophiles. Victims are beginning to speak up.
A seventh person has come forward with allegations she was sexually abused by former Philadelphia Daily News sports columnist Bill Conlin.
There is now a total of six adults who contend they were sexually abused as children decades ago by now-retired Daily News columnist Bill Conlin. Some of them have hired an attorney, but have no plans to sue.
The sports blogger who broke the Bill Conlin abuse story has released an email exchange he had with Conlin.
A fifth person has come forward to say that she was abused as a child by Hall of Fame columnist Bill Conlin, according to a story on the Philadelphia Inquirer’s website.
Philadelphia Inquirer investigative reporter Nancy Phillips was on with SportsRadio 94 WIP’s Anthony Gargano and Glen Macnow Wednesday afternoon.
The Baseball Writers Association of America selected Conlin for the Hall of Fame’s “Scribes and Mikemen” exhibit, and it’s not about to take the honor back.
Given the expiration long ago of any legal window to prosecute, this case basically plays itself out in the court of public opinion.
Chris reacts to the accusations of child molestation surrounding Daily News Columnist Bill Conlin and President Obama fighting with House Republicans over and extension of the payroll tax cuts.
Hall of Fame sports columnist Bill Conlin, of the Daily News, retired abruptly Tuesday, after learning that the Philadelphia Inquirer was publishing a story containing allegations that he abused four children, including his niece, in the 1970’s.
Baseball Hall of Fame sports columnist Bill Conlin of the Philadelphia Daily News retired abruptly on Tuesday after learning that he’s been accused of molesting underage girls decades ago.