The Second Mile charity founded by Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, who has been accused of sexually abusing children, announced Friday that it plans to fold. The organization said it would try to transfer its programs to other nonprofit groups.The announcement came amid reports that Second Mile had continued to tell benefactors that reports of child-abuse allegations against Sandusky were false. That information contradicted the timeline the charity laid out last week regarding its knowledge of the scandal, which revealed that Second Mile’s records had already been subpoenaed by the grand jury in early 2010. The head of the charity resigned this past Monday.
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