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June 23, 2014


Corbett Did Not Drag Feet in Sandusky Case

A new report finds Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett (R) "may have taken longer than he should have to investigate allegations of sexual abuse of boys at Penn State, but there was no evidence that he tried to slow the case for political purposes as he ran for the state's highest office," the New York Times reports.

"The report delved into how Corbett -- a Republican who was attorney general when allegations arose in 2008 and reached his office in 2009 that the former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, 70, had sexually assaulted boys -- handled the high-profile case that centered on the vaunted football program at the state's largest public university."














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