Penn State ex-president heads to trial in Sandusky scandal

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Penn State's former president faces trial Monday on charges that children were put at risk by how he responded to complaints about Jerry Sandusky more than 15 years ago, and two of his former top lieutenants who just pleaded guilty in the case could testify against him.

A Harrisburg jury will decide whether Graham Spanier's handling of the Sandusky scandal amounted to the three felonies he stands accused of — two counts of endangering the welfare of children and a single conspiracy charge.

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