Feds subpoena Penn St. Univ in Sandusky case; seek financial records

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It looks like things are finally getting done in the Penn State Jerry Sandusky child rape case. Now the Federal officials are stepping in and turning the wheels, overriding the inactivity that we’ve seen from the state and local levels.

From the AP:

A federal subpoena related to the child sex abuse scandal involving a former Penn State assistant football coach, sent to the university’s top lawyer earlier this month, sought records of payments made by trustees to the school, or to third parties on the school’s behalf, the university said Friday.

A copy of the Feb. 2 subpoena for general counsel Cynthia Baldwin, posted on the school’s website Friday evening, listed eight categories of records, including “reporting requirements on the part of employers and staff relating to misconduct” by staff and others associated with Penn State.

 

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