Sandusky Wants to See Grandkids

    BELLEFONTE, PA - DECEMBER 13:  Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky sits in a car while leaving the Centre County Courthouse, on December 13, 2011 in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Sandusky, who was charged with sexual abuse involving 10 boys he met through the Second Mile nonprofit organization, appeared briefly at today's preliminary hearing.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

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    Accused child molester Jerry Sandusky wants to modify his bail terms so he can see his grandchildren, according to court documents. The former Penn State assistant football coach, who is confined to his home on $100,000 bail, asked a judge to change his visitation rights on Friday. Charged in November with sexually abusing young boys whom he met through his Second Mile charity, Sandusky has maintained his innocence and was released on bail but prohibited from having unsupervised and overnight visits with his grandchildren. His lawyer filed a motion with the judge to change his bail rules because his “eleven minor grandchildren…have expressed their sadness about not being able to visit or talk with him.” The motion requests that the judge grant visitation and allow him to communicate with his grandkids via phone, email, text, and Skype. Authorities said a hearing on the issue is scheduled for Feb. 10.

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