Head of Sandusky’s Second Mile charity resigns

    The head of Jerry Sandusky’s charitable organization has resigned and the organization will launch an internal investigation into the former Penn State assistant football coach’s alleged child sexual abuse.

    Sandusky is accused of sexually abusing several children over a 15-year-period, many of whom were enrolled in his Second Mile charity. The Associated Press reports Second Mile Vice Chairman David Woodle will take over as Dr. jack Raykovitz steps down. Raykovitz has been the CEO for 28 years.

    The Inquirer reports the charity has hired former Phliadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham to represent it.

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