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NEWS
November 11, 2011
Scott Paterno, son of ousted Pennsylvania State University football coach Joe Paterno, released this statement Friday night: "I have been asked by my father to make a brief statement on his behalf. "Like everyone who has watched this story unfold, my father is experiencing a range of powerful emotions. He is absolutely distraught over what happened to the children and their families. He also wants very much to speak publicly and answer questions. "At this stage, however, he has no choice but to be patient and defer to the legal process.
NEWS
March 17, 2013 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, Inquirer Staff Writer
By the time the two former Triton Regional High School teachers gathered with their attorneys in a Camden courtroom for sentencing Friday, the conclusion was pretty much foregone. The two men, both young and in suits and ties, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit official misconduct in connection with improper sexual conduct with students. The sentences Jeff Logandro, 32, and Daniel Michielli, 27, both of Blackwood, would receive had been negotiated - three years' probation, 30 days of house arrest, minor fines, and the revocation of their teaching licenses and of contact with the students.
NEWS
March 18, 1993 | By Linda Loyd and Dianna Marder, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Vivian King's self-portrait as a drunk, frustrated mother battling a belligerent daughter was presented for the first time yesterday as a detective read her chilling account of the rage that she said had driven her to kill her 17-year-old daughter, track star Shilie Turner. At a preliminary hearing in a packed courtroom, a detective read King's statement, which she recanted two days after giving it to police. "I was drunk on corn liquor. . . . I just lost my mind," King told detectives, when, according to the statement, she forced Turner at gunpoint into a wooded section of Fairmount Park, hit her on the head with the butt of her gun and shot her three times as she lay on the ground.
SPORTS
May 13, 2011 | By MARCUS HAYES, hayesm@phillynews.com
A full 2 days after Bernard Hopkins again accused Donovan McNabb of being too white of a black man, and a full 2 days after McNabb's camp declined to comment on Hopkins' denigration, McNabb's agent, Fletcher Smith, issued a statement that served two purposes. First, it gallantly and accurately defended McNabb's unimpeachable character and considerable athletic accomplishments. Second, given its convoluted wording and elitist tone, it proved Hopkins' point: McNabb and his brand are fully assimilated into a culture of corporate white America.
NEWS
January 18, 1997 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
One of the two men accused in the murder of Center City jogger Kimberly Ernest testified yesterday that he never gave police a statement admitting involvement in her killing despite brutal tactics by police who he said slapped and punched him, spit on him and forced him to strip naked. Herbert Haak 3d, 26, said he was "beaten up" and humiliated by Sgt. Paul Musi and Detectives Thomas Augustine and Dennis Dusak, who, he said, were unsuccessful in getting him to confess. Haak said he had been poked in the stomach with a fingernail file, punched three or four times in the chest, spit on, lied to and ridiculed.
NEWS
March 9, 1993 | By Susan Caba, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A childhood friend of Myla Friedman's yesterday disavowed portions of a 1990 statement in which police said she told them Friedman asked her to lie to detectives who were investigating Bryan Edwards' death. Audra Switzer testified yesterday, with her own attorney at her side, that key sentences in the police statement - most of them damaging to Friedman - were either misrepresentations of what she told investigators or statements she did not make at all. Friedman is charged with murder in the Nov. 26, 1989, shooting death of Edwards, who was killed by a single shot to his neck while in her bed. She says she shot him in self-defense after he raped her and while he was assaulting her sexually.
NEWS
March 16, 2013 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
By the time the two former Triton Regional High School teachers gathered with their attorneys in a Camden courtroom for sentencing Friday, the conclusion was pretty much foregone. The two men, both young and in suits and ties, had pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit official misconduct in connection with improper sexual conduct with students. The sentences Jeff Logandro, 32, and Daniel Michielli, 27, both of Blackwood, would receive had been negotiated - three years' probation, 30 days of house arrest, minor fines, and the revocation of their teaching licenses and of contact with the students.
NEWS
November 3, 1990 | By Paul Maryniak, Daily News Staff Writer
Just what the prosecution will be able to tell a jury in Myla Friedman's murder trial is a wide-open question after key evidence was tossed out yesterday on the grounds that city homicide detectives botched her interrogation and a search of the slaying scene. The action yesterday by Senior Common Pleas Judge Juanita Kidd Stout also throws into doubt when the trial of Friedman, 25, will begin. She is charged with murder in the Nov. 26, 1989, shooting death of Bryan Edwards, 28, in the Spring Garden apartment they had shared for nearly two years.
NEWS
June 28, 1994 | By Henry Goldman, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Sixteen years after a North Philadelphia man was sentenced to life for killing a poultry salesman, prosecutors yesterday released a witness' handwritten statement supporting the convicted man's claim that he is innocent and that his younger brother is the real killer. The statement, taken 14 days after the crime, came to light in a hearing for a new trial sought by Kevin Brinkley, who was 16 when he was sentenced to life in prison for the Dec. 22, 1977, shooting of Charles Haag, a door-to-door salesman known to his customers as "the eggman.
NEWS
February 16, 2012 | By Tom Avril, Inquirer Staff Writer
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia apologized Wednesday for the way it had communicated with the parents of Amelia Rivera, the 3-year-old disabled girl whose quest for a kidney transplant has garnered national attention. In a statement released with the approval of the Riveras, the hospital said it was reviewing its processes to ensure that it was "sensitive to the needs of all families. " In January, Joe and Chrissy Rivera said that a hospital physician had told them the girl should not have a transplant because of her mental disability.
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