Kane: Cops Were Not Ordered to Drag Feet in Sandusky Case

Pennsylvania State Attorney, Kathleen Kane, held a news conference Monday outlining a report concerning how investigators handled the initial stages of the Jerry Sandusky sex case.

 

“This report found no direct evidence, no e-mail, no direct confession, not statement from anyone that they were told to slow this down because of politics.”

Kane adds, the tools available to the grand jury were not used to the fullest extent, which led to more victims

“We do have two individuals who indicated that they were both abused by Sandusky in he fall of 2009.”

Kane says, there are more victims who did not want to prosecute because they believed Sandusky will be in prisons for the rest of his life.

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