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Penn State / Sex Abuse Scandal #1011021

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 07, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(State College, Pennsylvania: Ron Allen) The child sexual abuse scandal at Penn State University that touches legendary football coach Joe Paterno examined; details given about the roles of athletic director Tim Curley†† and vice president Gary Schultz†† and the charges against former coach Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of assaulting boys involved with his charity; statement from Paterno quoted. [State attorney general Linda KELLY†- says this is about a sexual predator.] [State police commissioner Frank NOONAN†- says it’s a case about children who have had their innocence stolen.] [Writer Buzz BISSINGER††- says you do not screw with football at Penn State.]

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron

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