One psychologist's evaluation might have been the reason the now-dead district attorney did not pursue child sex-abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky back in 1998. But the 100-page report prepared by Penn State police at the time also included the appraisal of another psychologist who concluded that Sandusky's behavior "was a classic example of how a sexual abuser grooms his victim," according to what a source told Sara Ganim of the Patriot-News of Harrisburg. And Jerry Lauro, who conducted a separate inquiry of that '98 incident for the state Department of Public Welfare, said PSU cops never shared that information with him. Had they done so, Lauro said, he would have pursued the case further, which could have at least resulted in the addition of Sandusky's name to a child-abuse registry.
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