Sandusky: I Am Innocent, "I Shouldn’t Have Showered With Those Kids"

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Re: Sandusky: I Am Innocent, "I Shouldn’t Have Showered With Those Kids"
« Reply #40 on: October 28, 2013, 05:17:52 PM »
some OLD news (that they said wasn't true ....

Revealed: Judge who freed Penn State 'paedophile' Sandusky worked for his charity

Sandusky's Charity where he met every victim is called "The Second Mile"

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2061259/Penn-State-scandal-Judge-freed-Jerry-Sandusky-worked-charity.html#ixzz1dgJhYLkF

Revealed: Judge who freed Penn State 'paedophile' Sandusky worked for his children's charity
District Judge Leslie Dutchcot ruled Sandusky be freed without bail unless he doesn't show up for court
Dutchcot previously volunteered for The Second Mile charity, which Sandusky founded in the 1970s  

The Second Mile helps disadvantaged children (but Sandusky allegedly picked his victims from it and adopted his now adult son from the charity)
Sandusky denies charges of alleged sexual abuse

By Jessica Satherley
UPDATED: 04:41 EST, 15 November 2011

The judge who requested Jerry Sandusky be freed on $100,000 unsecured bail, undertook volunteer work for the retired American football coach’s charity, according to reports.

District Judge Leslie Dutchcot, who previously volunteered for The Second Mile charity, ruled that the former Pennsylvania State University defensive coordinator be freed without posting any bail money unless he doesn't arrive for court.

Her decision overruled a bid by prosecutors, who requested a $500,000 bail be set for the 67-year-old and for him to be fitted with a leg monitor, after being charged with 21 felony counts for alleged sexual abuse.

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http://abcnews.go.com/US/judge-penn-state-sex-abuse-case-volunteered-jerry/story?id=14946622
Judge Who Set No Bail for Penn State Sex Abuse Suspect Volunteered for Him
Nov. 14 ,2011

The judge who let Jerry Sandusky return home without paying any bail and without an ankle monitor after being arrested on 40 counts of child sexual assault charges was a volunteer at Sandusky's charity, The Second Mile.

Sandusky turned himself in to District Judge Leslie Dutchcot's office on Nov. 5, after a 23-page grand jury presentment detailing the allegations against Sandusky was accidentally posted online on Nov. 4, according to the attorney general's office.
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http://althouse.blogspot.com/2011/11/gov-corbett-suggests-that-second-mile.html
November 13, 2011

Gov. Corbett suggests that Second Mile groomed children for Jerry Sandusky.

Chris Wallace, on Fox News Sunday, did an excellent job of drawing out Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett, who, bound by ethical restraints, was trying to be circumspect. Here's a key moment in the colloquy. Wallace has just asked Corbett about the Second Mile charity "that Jerry Sandusky helped form for disadvantaged kids that quite frankly gave him access to these young boys."

WALLACE: Should actions be taken against the charity or the CEO who allegedly was told about some of these abuses as far back 2002?

 CORBETT: ... I'm going to be very careful here....  If you talk to people who have worked with Second Mile, it has done great work.... But in this case, as the allegations indicate, some of it was used to pick on some children and the term was used, grooming, groom those children for Mr. Sandusky's purposes.

Did Corbett just reveal that there were other individuals within Second Mile who functioned in grooming children for Sandusky?
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http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/We_Are_Penn_State/conversations/topics/92575


This is simply outrageous: $2.2 million in revenue, $1.6 million in salaries and benefits to employees.
 But everyone who donated got to brag about how they were "helping the children."

 Story by Jon Schmitz
 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
 November 27, 2011
November 27, 2011

 The Second Mile has repeatedly asserted that it served more than 100,000 children across the state last year, but the number who received sustained or ongoing attention is much smaller, according to its reports.

 For example, the organization counts as "children served" those who received a set of trading cards featuring photos of Penn State University athletes and inspirational messages. It also counts students who watched anti-bullying videos it distributed and foster children who got free tickets to amusement parks or baseball games. A leading child welfare expert described those activities as "low-dose" services of questionable value.

 Although The Second Mile holds state licenses as a foster care and private children and youth services provider, annual inspection reports by the Department of Public Welfare going back to 1998 have repeatedly said The Second Mile served no children pursuant to those licenses.
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The Second Mile has derived its income from corporate and individual donations and fundraising events, including golf outings each year. According to The Second Mile's federal filings as a tax-exempt organization, total revenue for the year ended Aug. 31, 2010, was $2.2 million, down from $3.3 million the prior year.

The organization paid $1.6 million in salaries and benefits to employees, including $132,923 to Mr. Raykovitz, who resigned after charges against Mr. Sandusky were filed, and $100,580 to Ms. Genovese, who has kept her post.

 Dr. Gelles said the case generated a "teachable moment" for would-be donors: He recommended that they examine IRS Form 990s that nonprofits are required to file documenting their revenues and expenditures.  "Remember that their annual report is a publicity document," he said.

http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/sports/psu/second-mile-agencys-legacy-explored-325659

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http://investigations.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/06/19/12284171-ghosts-of-sanduskys-dreams-haunt-empty-home-where-his-charity-was-born

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Raykovitz would continue to head the program for almost 30 years. By the time he stepped down in November, he and his wife, Katherine Genovese -- who served as executive vice president -- were earning a combined salary of over $230,000 a year.
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In 1988, records show the charity stopped actively operating as a foster care agency, but it kept its license active through 2011
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Second Mile’s week-long Summer Challenge Camp had by that time become the centerpiece of the organization, serving more than 500 children each year. Attendance was usually recommended by school counselors, who singled out children that had trouble in school or came from single-parent homes or other disadvantaged backgrounds. Teenage boys and girls from high schools near Second Mile Chapters volunteered as counselors and mentors.

It was through the camps, many alleged victims testified last week, that they first met Sandusky.

At the camps, usually held on the Penn State campus, young Second Mile participants swam, played games, and practiced football drills. They stayed in Penn State housing
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Sizing up boys?

Prosecutors introduced evidence they said showed that Sandusky was sizing up the boys who attended the camp as well. Among the exhibits: Rosters of male participants in the summer camps, with phone numbers and addresses. Next to the names of some of the alleged victims, which were marked with one or two asterisks, were handwritten notes about clothing and shoe sizes. A handful of other names, not among the alleged victims in the case, also were asterisked. A few others had question marks.
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There are no words. ..

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4574766/Al-Pacino-star-disgraced-football-coach-HBO-film.html
Al Pacino set to star as disgraced football coach Joe Paterno in HBO film about Jerry Sandusky sex scandal
By Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com
Published: 16:02 EDT, 5 June 2017  | Updated: 16:34 EDT, 5 June 2017

Al Pacino is set to potray shamed college football coach Joe Paterno in a new project according to a new report.

The 77-year-old actor will be one of the main stars of the upcoming HBO movie centered around Penn State University's sex scandal according to a Monday report from The Hollywood Reporter.

Back in 2011, Paterno's assistant coach Jerry Sandusky had been arrested and charged with 52 counts of sexual abuse of young boys.
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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4574766/Al-Pacino-star-disgraced-football-coach-HBO-film.html#ixzz4jANzcuK4
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Al Pacino is set to potray shamed college football coach Joe Paterno in a new project according to a new report.

For crying out loud, is Pacino that hard-up for money?

Does he have a drug habit or something?
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