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PSU Begins Settlement Talks With Sandusky Accusers

Penn State starts talks with 20 Sandusky accusers

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    Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will spend 30 to 60 years in prison for molesting boys.

    Negotiators say Penn State has started preliminary settlement talks with at least 20 men who accuse assistant coach Jerry Sandusky of sexual abuse.

    The Philadelphia Inquirer says that number includes eight people named in the prosecution of Sandusky, four others who have filed lawsuits or told reporters they were molested, and at least eight others who have not publicly aired allegations of abuse.

    Attorney Michael Rozen, who was hired along with his partner to handle settlement talks, says mediators have not started evaluating any of the 20 cases.

    He told the paper in an interview last week that officials are talking about how to “put the claims into some sort of hierarchy.”

    Sandusky Wanted to Say Much More

    [PHI] Sandusky Wanted to Say Much More
    Defense attorney Karl Rominger says former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky wanted to say much more this morning in court before he was sentenced for sexually abusing young boys. Sandusky will spend a minimum of 30 years in prison and no more than 60. For the 68-year-old former Penn State assistant football coach, that means he will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. (Published Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012)

    "All of these claims will be very different from one another factually and potentially legally," Rozen said. "We're having lots of discussions so far about how to go about evaluating them."

    Sandusky was sentenced last week to 30 to 60 years in prison on molestation convictions.

     


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