Former PSU President Spanier Charged in Sandusky Scandal

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Former Penn State President Graham Spanier engaged in a "conspiracy of silence" with two other university administrators to conceal allegations against Jerry Sandusky, state Attorney General Linda Kelly announced Thursday, bringing the first charges against Spanier and adding more charges, some felonies, to the administrators' existing dockets.

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  • Jeff Spangler

    Another man who allegedly allowed children to be raped now faces what will in effect be life imprisonment. (Notice that no women have been implicated-- yet.) I would not be surprised if we see another "Budd Dwyer option" to life in stir.

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