Swahili Swirles waterslide Sandusky Ohio at Kalahari resort
The clip sandusky fights mcdougal from The Paper (1994) with Jason Alexander
It's Alicia Clark. Get me the press room.
Hey, big Mac. How you doing? Heard you got a novel going.
Who told you that?
I didn't tell Hamill.
Cheryl, let me get another bourbon.
What's it about?
It's a story I did a couple of years ago.
You're the parking commissioner.
You should do the Siamese triplets.
I don't wanna do that.
You're blowing it.
Hey, wait, wait!
Get the fuck out of my way!
I'll kill you, you son of a bitch!
What? You got stuck?
No! Chuck! I've gotta talk to Chuck now!
Fucking son of a bitch!
I'll kill you, you fuck!
Son of a bitch. You little prick!
You won't get me!
Get back! Get back!
Give me back that gun. Give me back the gun, Sandusky.
I don't need you to tell me the fucking department's fucked up!
I know it's fucked up! It was fucked up when I got there.
Why did you have to pick on me?
You should have returned my calls.
You called me a mindless bureaucrat!
You should have paid for the damages.
You made my kids scared to go to school.
You made my wife cry when she reads the paper.
The clip sandusky fights mcdougal Part 2 from The Paper (1994) with Randy Quaid, Glenn Close
At least she bought it, didn't she?
Now come on.
You tell me right now or I'm going to pull this fucking trigger.
You work for the city. It was your turn.
You guys don't understand.
Pal, you don't wanna hurt him, and you don't wanna go to jail.
I'm not nuts.
Give me the gun.
I'll scare him so fucking much!
Be scared for a change!
Thank God I caught you.
Be scared for a change!
I want you-
Oh, my God.
The bullet came out of the wall.
Call an ambulance.
Why did it come out of the wall?
To get to the other side?
Would you tell her I said I was sorry?
I gotta talk to Chuck.
A woman's been shot. We need an ambulance.
Could I have one too?
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing in proceedings that lasted about ten minutes. Then, his lawyer assailed the credibility of the alleged victims and witnesses. CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports.
New details have emerged about Jerry Sandusky and what his Second Mile charity may have known about the former coach. Armen Keteyian reports that an indictment says Sandusky befriended at least six alleged sexual abuse victims through the charity.
Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant coach, waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of child sex abuse. Several accusers were expected to testify at the session. Sandusky made a brief statement to the press that he is going to "stay the course" and that he looks forward to the opportunity to present his side in court. CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports.
Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky waived a preliminary hearing on charges of child sex abuse, a session where it was expected several of his accusers would testify. Debbye Turner Bell reports.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing in his child molestation case. After which, Sandusky's attorney, Joseph Amendola, spoke on the courthouse steps and described his client as a "very naive guy."
Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant coach, waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges of child sex abuse. For an inside-the-courtroom perspective, CBS News producer Pat Milton reports.
Victim #5 was very hesitant to testify against Jerry Sandusky in his child sex abuse case. Rebecca Jarvis speaks with Tom Kline, the attorney for Victim #5, about his client's reaction to the guilty verdict.
Jerry Sandusky has been found guilty of 45 of 48 counts of child sex abuse. Armen Keteyian reports and describes the feeling inside and outside the courtroom.
Jerry Sandusky's defense attorney Joe Amendola reacts to the 45 guilty verdicts in the sex abuse trial and explains why Sandusky chose not to testify.
CBS News correspondent Armen Keteyian was in the courtroom as former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted on 45 of 48 counts in his child sex abuse trial and describes what the scene was like.
The jury has reached a verdict in the child sex abuse trial of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky - guilty on 45 of 48 counts. CBS's Manuel Gallegus reports from the courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa.
Ex-Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky escorted in handcuffs on June 22, 2012. A jury convicted him on 45 of 48 counts in his child sex abuse case.
The sequestered jury in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial does not know about a new allegation by one of Sandusky's sons. According to his lawyers, Matt Sandusky says that he is a victim of abuse by his adopted father. CBS News' Armen Keteyian reports.