Jerry Sandusky tries to get back the Penn State pension he lost over molestation conviction

  • Article by: MARK SCOLFORO , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 7, 2014 - 2:40 PM

HARRISBURG, Pa. — A handcuffed Jerry Sandusky testified by video link for nearly three hours Tuesday as Pennsylvania's public pension agency considered his request to restore retirement benefits canceled because of his child molestation conviction.

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thoroughbred21Jan. 8, 14 5:12 AM

"Alleged victims" are they? Sandusky is greedy and unrepentant. But this is Penn State's fault, for engaging in the all-too-common university practice of continuing to pay retired administrators. And Sandusky's wife, who had to have known what she was married to, does not deserve his pension money either.

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antisuburbsJan. 8, 14 5:54 AM

he used their organization as a front to molest little boys and then he wants them to pay him for doing nothing? NOPE!

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