Pa. details case on ex-Penn St. prez
HARRISBURG - The state Attorney General's Office has filed details of alleged lies it says former Penn State president Graham Spanier told during his grand-jury testimony over the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse probe.
The Centre Daily Times reports that the papers were filed Friday. The allegations in the prosecutors' itemized list are not new, but the specifics were listed to answer Spanier's request earlier this fall for details of the charges.
On most charges Attorney General Kathleen Kane's attorneys say sufficient information about the case has already been released. But prosecutors agreed to "specify and quote" each statement from Spanier's April 2011 testimony that was alleged to be false.
Spanier has maintained his innocence in the case.
- Associated Press