Three former Pennsylvania State University officials were sentenced to jail on Friday for covering up ex-coach Jerry Sandusky's sexual predations and effectively letting him victimize more boys. Former Penn State President Graham Spanier, former Penn State vice president Gary Schultz and former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley are scheduled to be sentenced for child endangerment Friday, June 2, 2017, in Harrisburg, Pa., for failing to report now-convicted sexual predator Sandusky to authorities in 2001. Schultz was sentenced to six to 23 months, with at least two in jail and four under house arrest.
The judge said the men could serve a substantial portion of their punishment on home confinement with electronic monitoring - meaning just two months in jail each for Spanier and Schultz and three months for Curley.
In addition to the prison time, house arrest and 200 hours of community service, Schultz and Curley were fined $5,000 each and Spanier was ordered to pay $7,500, the Centre Daily Times added. Curley and Schultz pleaded guilty to the same charge.
"It really sickens me to think I might have played a part in children being hurt". He was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison.
The trio of former admins will begin their respective sentences on July 15. The judge said he was not convinced that Spanier was "totally responsible" for the failure to report Sandusky to authorities, noting that he had relied on the judgment of the other two men.
"What was it about that conversation that made you change your mind?"
In 2001, a graduate assistant named Mike McQueary saw Sandusky abusing a boy and reported what he observed to head coach Joe Paterno, Schultz and Curley.
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Penn State's football program suffered heavy sanctions from the NCAA, and the university has paid out almost a quarter-billion dollars in fines, court verdicts, settlements and other costs.
Prosecutors said Curley and Schultz never called the police, even though they knew the accusations were similar to the allegations in the 1998 report.
Spanier's attorney has said the former president intends to appeal his conviction.
Paterno "could have made that phone call without so much as getting his hands dirty", Boccabella said.
In the emails, Shultz, Curley and Spanier allegedly discussed plans to tell Sandusky to seek professional help.
She said he kept Penn State trustees in the dark about the Sandusky complaint and "he allowed children to be harmed". Penn State's former university counsel, Cynthia Baldwin, who the men thought was representing them personally, actually represented only the university and eventually testified against them in grand jury proceedings.
In an interview late Friday afternoon, Paterno's son, Jay, said he believed the judge's words misrepresented what actually happened.