Psychologist’s report might be reason Ray Gricar declined to bring charges against Jerry Sandusky in 1998
From the HARRISBURG PATRIOT-NEWS:
Since Jerry Sandusky’s November arrest and the revelation that now-missing district attorney Ray Gricar declined to prosecute a case brought to police in 1998, there have been hundreds of theories about why a seasoned district attorney would decide not to bring a case that state prosecutors would later pursue.
Information made public in a searing grand jury presentment showed that Sandusky allegedly admitted to touching the boy known as Victim 6 while they were both naked and saying, “I wish I were dead.”
What wasn’t made public until now was that two days before Gricar closed the case, a psychologist concluded Victim 6 was not sexually abused by Sandusky…
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