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Joe Frazier Under Hospice Care For Liver Cancer and Jerry Sandusky Child Sex Abuse Scandal


The Omelette Sunday November 6, 2011

Joe Frazier Under Hospice Care For Liver Cancer

Joe Frazier has been diagnosed with liver cancer and is extremely ill. According to sources close to the situation, Joe Frazier is on his deathbed and under hospice care for liver cancer. The legendary Philadelphia boxing champion was diagnosed with liver cancer a few weeks ago and is reportedly in very serious condition. Joe Frazier's personal and business manager Leslie Wolff said it's a very serious situation and they don't have many options, although they will continue looking.

Mr. Frazier was the first person to defeat boxing legend Muhammed Ali in the "Fight of the Century."

Former Penn State Coach Jerry Sandusky Accused of Child Sexual Abuse

Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is embroiled in a child sex abuse scandal. And, shockwaves are cascading throughout Penn State University and the entire college football community.

According to authorities, head coach Joe Paterno allegedly knew of one incident, and reported it to the athletic director. Sandusky was allegedly caught raping an 11-year-old boy in a shower by one of Penn State's assistants. And, Sandusky reportedly engaged in child sex with other young boys. The Pennsylvania attorney general indicted Sandusky with 40 charges of sex crimes against young boys. This comes on the heels of a three-year investigation into allegations that Jerry Sandusky had inappropriate contact with a 15-year-old boy over the course of four years - beginning when the boy was just ten years old. 

A grand jury identified a total of eight boys singled out for sexual advances or sexual assaults by Sandusky from 1994 through 2009.  And, at least 20 incidents took place while he was employed by Penn State.

Jerry Sandusky was once considered the successor to Joe Paterno and credited with much of Joe Pa's success during his reign as Penn State's coach. In fact, many credit him with turning Penn State into a college football powerhouse. Sandusky retired in 1999.

Photo of Frazier from sweetfights.com

Contact Dennis Bakay at dbakay@philly2philly.com

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