Expert testifies about retrieving Sandusky emails

Written by The Associated Press | Jul 30, 2013 11:23 AM
Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for gavel bench.jpg

(Harrisburg) -- A second day of testimony has begun in a hearing to determine if three former Penn State officials will face trial on accusations they covered up molestation accusations against Jerry Sandusky.

The head of computer forensics for the state attorney general's office has testified about unearthing emails that ended up as evidence in the case.

Braden Cook discussed the work it took to find the emails, which showed that university officials were aware of complaints about Sandusky in 1998 and 2001.

Graham Spanier, Gary Schultz and Tim Curley say they are innocent.

A judge will later decide whether the men should be tried on charges including perjury, conspiracy and endangering the welfare of children.

A public relations professional employed by the university also testified this morning.

Published in News

Tagged under , , , , , , ,

back to top

Give Now

Estate Planning

Support for WITF is provided by:

Become a WITF sponsor today »

Smart Talk

National Edward R. Murrow Awards

DuPont Columbia Awards

Support Local Journalism

Latest News from NPR

Support for WITF is provided by:

Become a WITF sponsor today »