Report: 3 Men Tell Police They Were Abused By Sandusky In 70s, 80sAccording to a report, three men have come forward saying they were sexually abused by former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
Read: Paterno Family Responds To CNN Report ​In the wake of the damaging CNN report, the Paterno family has released the following statement:
Read: Joe Sheehan's Thoughts On Paterno, Sandusky and Penn State I was wrong about the Jerry Sandusky serial-child-rape case.
Sandusky To Still Receive $59K Annual PensionThough he was convicted last week on 45 counts of child sex-abuse, former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky will continue to receive a $59,000 annual pension for the rest of his life.
Child Abuse Expert: How Many More Sandusky Victims Are There?Latest national data on sexual abuse of children shows that 1-in-4 girls and 1-in-10 boys report abuse.
Tape: Sandusky's Adopted Son Talks Of Sex AbuseMatt Sandusky told investigators he was abused after meeting his foster father through The Second Mile charity and a decade before Jerry Sandusky adopted him.
Jerry Sandusky Wants People To Know He's Not GuiltyJerry Sandusky wants "people to know that he's not guilty," a lawyer for the retired Penn State assistant football coach said Monday.
Jerry Sandusky To Remain On Suicide WatchAccording to a report, former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, who was convicted on 45 counts of child sex-abuse, will remain on suicide watch until he meets with a doctor later this week.
Former ESPN Anchor: 'I Was Molested As A Child'In the wake of 12 Pennsylvanian jurors finding former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky guilt of 45 counts of child sex-abuse, one media member is speaking out about the abuse inflicted upon her as a child.
Photo: Jerry Sandusky, Charlie Brown Spoof Cartoon ​It's been roughly eight months since Jerry Sandusky was initially charged with more than 50 counts of child sex-abuse.
Child Abuse Expert: One Monster Down, Plenty More To GoFirst and most importantly, every one of the victims must get into counseling to work through their issues. Many already have, but they all need it.