Child Sex Abuse
Jerry Sandusky’s attorney says the convicted sex offender will speak out at his sentencing hearing, scheduled for Tuesday in Bellefonte, Pa.
Jerry Sandusky will walk into state prison with little more than a watch and wedding band. He’ll be able to work a 30-hour week to make a few dollars. He’ll be able to watch Penn State football, but not violent movies.
A documentary film on male survivors of child sexual abuse will be screened Wednesday at the Free Library of Philadelphia and the public is invited.
Sherlock assaulted a teenage girl while working at a carnival ten years ago. Recently he listed a public park in Upper Darby as his home.
CBS News is reporting that U.S. Postal inspectors are investigating whether disgraced former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky was part of a child pornography ring.
One of the attachments, dated April 16th asks prosecutors to identify by name all accusers, including those numbered “11 through 17,” as well as those numbered “18 and beyond.”
The prosecution in the clergy abuse case alleges defendant Monsignor William Lynn, charged with endangering children by allowing alleged and admitted predator priests to remain in ministry, is guilty of a pattern of conduct that dates back decades in the Philadelphia Archdiocese.
The defense has presented evidence through cross-examination that Msgr. William Lynn acted within days of learning of a letter from a priest to a boy, soliciting sex.
Hatfield police say Nicole Jacques, 25, is charged with multiple counts of sexual assault and corruption of a minor for engaging in sexual activity with a boy she met at the Calvary Baptist School in Lansdale, Pa.
A former Wharton School professor doing jail time trafficking in child pornography has his request for a lighter sentence denied.
Penn State’s board of trustees is dominated by a few wealthy and well-connected insiders, demands permanent secrecy, silences dissent and is in dire need of reform, according to a scathing critical essay by a retired trustee seeking to return to the board.
There is one thing positive coming of all the news about high-profile pedophiles. Victims are beginning to speak up.
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.
For the first time, testimony by a key figure in the criminal case against Jerry Sandusky and two former Penn State administrators has shed some light on one of the other casualties of the scandal: iconic football coach Joe Paterno.
Chris reacts to the latest dust up between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney, he talks to Gregory Gianforcaro, a lawyer who specializes in child sex abuse cases, about Jerry Sandusky’s decision to waive his preliminary hearing, he responds to the NTSB suggestion to ban cell phones while driving and talks to Senator Pat Roberts about Jon Corzine’s testimony regarding the missing money from his firm MF Global.