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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - John Ziegler
NBC plans to air excerpts of jailhouse interviews with former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky next week, which his lawyer said were given to a documentary filmmaker working on a defense of Joe Paterno.
Former Penn State and Pittsburgh Steelers running back Franco Harris recently hosted "Upon Further Review: Penn State One Year Later," a public forum that provided a critical look at the Sandusky investigation, former FBI Director Louis Freeh's scathing report on the scandal, NCAA sanctions against Penn State’s football program and media coverage of the story.
Let the quacking begin. And the oratory. What with all the business-as-usual items on the Democratic wish list, the "tea party" will stand fast outside the lame-duck session that begins Monday in Congress.
"People think they know the story of the Sandusky scandal," Mr. Ziegler said. "But they don't. The media created a false narrative. There's no evidence that Paterno is the villain. In fact, the media could have made Paterno the hero."
Documentary filmmaker and talk radio host John Ziegler was interviewed for the documentary, though he says his comments about President Obama were "specifically edited out, and only people of color were 'allowed' to comment."