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Penn State / Sex Abuse Scandal #1011001

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 08, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(State College, Pennsylvania: Ron Allen) The fall from grace for Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno due to the child sex abuse scandal involving assistant coach Jerry Sandusky featured; scenes shown of the gathering outside Paterno’s house; details given of calls for him to resign. [Son Scott PATERNO – says no one has asked Joe to step down.] [Penn State assistant athletic director Jeff NELSON††- says Paterno’s press conference cannot be held.] [Harrisburg “Patriot-News” reporter Bob FLOUNDERS††- says Paterno comes up short on the moral question.] [“Altoona Mirror” Neil RUDEL†- says it’s gonna take a clean sweep of everybody who’s involved.] The impact of this scandal on the victims and the community discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron

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