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Topic - Bruce Antkowiak
Grand jury reports alleging child sex abuse by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky are also raising questions about whether his wife knew about his alleged pattern of preying on boys — or how she couldn't have known.
"The seriousness of the offense is obvious, and it's a huge factor that's going to weigh on the behalf of the DA's office arguing this case should remain in adult court," said Bruce Antkowiak, a law professor who is a former federal prosecutor and defense attorney.
"It's not something where a person acted impulsively," he said. "It's something more symptomatic of a planned attack."