Pennsylvania authorities slammed Penn State University officials for failing to ever report “sexual predator” Jerry Sandusky to the proper authorities in a press conference in Harrisburg today.State police commissioner Frank Noonan called the case “unique” in that authorities were never alerted of Sandusky’s alleged crimes despite eye-witness reports of three separate incidents from 1998 to 2002.
Here are the alleged incidents:
1. A police report was filed against Sandusky for sexual abuse in 1998, but he faced no legal punishment, and no disciplinary action from PSU.
2. Janitors saw him engaged in a sex act with a child in 2000 in at shower at a PSU football facility, but never reported the incidents to authorities.
3. A graduate assistant witnessed Sandusky having anal sex with a 10-year-old boy in 2002, yet again in a PSU shower. The assistant told Joe Paterno. Paterno told two top administrators, but the police were never alerted.
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen something like that before,” Noonan said about nobody telling the cops.
Two top administrators — athletic director Tim Curley and Gary Schultz — stepped down last night to defend themselves from charges of perjury and failure to report suspected child abuse.
The Attorney General Linda Kelly stressed that this is an ongoing investigation, meaning that more charges could still possibly be brought. She also urged other potential victims to come forward.
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