Bill Conlin's long career as a sports columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News came to a sudden end last December when three women and a man told the Philadelphia Inquirer he had molested them as children. Authorities determined the allegations against him were credible, but that the incidents were beyond the statute of limitations. Conlin initially made it sound as if he planned to fight back against his accusers. But since then: nothing. Now his lawyer, George Bochetto, has told the New York Daily News that Conlin hasn't done anything because he was neither charged with a crime nor hit with a civil suit.
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