Pa. moves to revoke Sandusky's pension


by WDJT Editor

Jerry Sandusky's lawyer says that Sandusky will fight to keep his $59,000 annual pension.

Karl Rominger says the State Employees' Retirement System has no legal grounds for revoking his pension and accuses the agency of, quote, "trying to throw some red meat to the public."

The retiremeny system notified Sandusky by letter Wednesday that his crimes triggered forfeiture of the pension. The former Penn State assistant football coach was sentenced Tuesday to at least 30 years in prison for molesting 10 boys.


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