Penn State Probe in Sandusky Case Shifts to Awareness at Top Levels

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Tim Curley (center), the Penn State athletic director on administrative leave, and Gary Schultz (right), the university's former senior vice president of finance and business, met a gantlet of reporters as they headed into a court hearing last November. Both face charges of lying to a grand jury and failing to report allegations of child sexual abuse, and both maintain their innocence.
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In the wake of the Jerry Sandusky verdict, law-enforcement officials are shifting their focus to Pennsylvania State University, where investigators have readied evidence against former top administrators and athletics officials.

Two of those...

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