1. DISAPPOINTING

    Sandusky Probe Had ‘Inexplicable Delays’

    Jerry Sandusky (C) leaves the Centre County Courthouse after his sentencing in his child sex abuse case in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania October 9, 2012. Serial child molester Jerry Sandusky, a former Pennsylvania State University football coach, was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison on Tuesday for abusing young, at-risk boys for more than a decade.  REUTERS/Pat Little (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SPORT) - RTR38YLE

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    A report released Monday found “inexplicable delays” in the prosecution of infamous Penn State child molester Jerry Sandusky. The report said prosecutors were remiss in performing basic steps, such as investigating Sandusky’s home. As a result, it took a full year, from March 2009 until March 2010, for the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office to even recommend charging him. Attorney General Kathleen Kane noted that Sandusky continued to abuse boys during the delayed investigation. However, the report also noted there was no evidence of politically related interference on the part of the then-attorney general Tom Corbett, who is now the governor of Pennsylvania.

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