by Howard Janet
on March 25, 2012
CNN. March 25, 2012. Howard Janet, attorney for Victim 6, released a statement soon after news of the report broke on Saturday, blasting Penn State for failing to take action.
”Why was a second opinion sought from someone with a connection to Jerry Sandusky? Why were reports of inappropriate contact between Sandusky and young boys on the Penn State campus and Penn state activities consistently ignored?”
“Much of the evidence coming to light points to a conspiracy of silence surrounding Sandusky’s behavior at the expense of children,” he wrote. Read More
FOX News, March 25, 2012. lawyer for the then 11-year-old boy said in a statement Saturday that details of the 1998 campus police investigation point to “a conspiracy of silence” surrounding Sandusky’s behavior.
Howard Janet questioned why the university did not take further action when Chambers’ told campus police that Sandusky fit the profile of a likely pedophile. Janet also challenged Seasock’s objectivity, saying that Seasock apparently had ties to an agency that certified Sandusky as a foster parent.Read More
Howard Janet has been representing plaintiffs in complex civil litigation for more than 30 years in the areas of medical malpractice, birth injuries, “whistleblower” lawsuits, and environmental litigation. Best Lawyers in America® honored him as the 2012 Lawyer of the Year–Personal Injury, Baltimore, MD. READ FULL BIO