Ex-Federal Prosecutor Picked by Kane to Examine Sandusky Case

, The Legal Intelligencer


Making swift moves to deliver on her campaign promise to investigate Governor Tom Corbett's handling of the investigation of child sexual-abuse accusations against Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has tapped H. Geoffrey Moulton Jr. as the special prosecutor leading her office's examination of Corbett's pursuit of the case.

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  • Rust Belt Rob

    This is starting to look like a new version of the Louis Freeh investigation of the PSU Board of Trustees. It was a big stretch to impute blame to the Board and just as big a stretch to impute blame to the Attorney General's office. The facts of the case and the fault, if any, lie in Center County, PA.

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