Paterno and Second Mile chairman pursued $125M real estate deal during 2002 Sandusky allegations


Around the same time Jerry Sandusky was allegedly caught raping a boy in 2002, Joe Paterno was investing in a $125 million luxury retirement community with board members from the same charity Sandusky used to recruit his victims. And that’s not the only fishy link between Paterno, Penn State and Second Mile that The Daily’s Sarah Ryley exclusively found. 

The plot thickens.

Kyle Bunch

Managing Director, Social at R/GA. Co-founder of Blogs with Balls and future owner of the MLB's Austin Bats.

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