The judge overseeing the appeal of convicted serial child molester Jerry Sandusky has given the state attorney general a week to show the court why statements she made Wednesday do not implicate the grand jury that investigated Sandusky.
Senior Judge John Cleland, who oversaw an appeals hearing in the Sandusky case Thursday, said Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has until 10 a.m. Nov. 4 to submit a sealed brief showing why a statement she released Wednesday accusing the judge who oversaw the grand jury of colluding to leak secret information to the press does not involve the Sandusky case.
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