Radio Times

The Sandusky investigation report

June 26, 2014

Guests: CHARLES THOMPSON, FRANK FINA and JOHN MICEK

Earlier this week, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane released her office’s independent report on the Jerry Sandusky investigation. The report, authored by former federal prosecutor Geoffrey Moulton, found that several critical mistakes were made along the way, but that none were the result of political influence from then Attorney General Tom Corbett. In this hour of Radio Times, we’ll talk about the report, Kane’s admission to misstatements about the investigation and the political fallout for Kane and Governor Corbett with CHARLES THOMPSON who has been covering the Sandusky case for the Harrisburg Patriot News. We’ll also get perspective and reaction from JOHN MICEK also of the Harrisburg Patriot News and advocate CATHLEEN PALM of the Caring for Our Children. Then we’ll hear briefly from prosecutor FRANK FINA who led the Sandusky investigation while serving under then Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett.

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