Penn State Approves More Sandusky Victim Settlements

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STATE COLLEGE -- The Penn State University board of trustees voted Thursday morning to approve more settlements with victims of Jerry Sandusky.

The university did not say how many additional victims of the former Nittany Lions football coach will get a settlement or how much they will receive.

Sandusky was convicted in 2012 of abusing 10 boys, but in 2013, the university announced settlements with 26 victims, totaling nearly $60 million.

University officials said more information about the latest settlements could be released at a later time when more settlements are reached.

5 comments

  • Crying Lions

    I just hope in a few years they don’t change their mind like they did with the sanctions and want the money back.

  • little ricky

    The way of the Greedy ,to payoff victims make Sponsors seem right. Like the grand xp should still be plenty,digital cameras real cheap.Im not insinuating a dollar tree, people meet online !This world is getting more,more and more wicked by the hour!Fear the Wrath of the Alpha and Omega ,behold the power of the Almighty One in Fairdale ?

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