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Toy Story's Woody Is A Bad Cowboy Getting Arrested For Sex Crimes In New York City!

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This gives Woody's round up a whole new meaning.

Toy Story impersonator José Vasquez was arrested last night for the alleged forcible touching and sex abuse of "numerous girls" in Times Square.

Ugh, just gross! If we find out he ever used the phrase "there's a snake in my boots," we hope an actual sheriff brings him to justice!

We hope the first thing police do is remove the "AИDY" from his boot heel! If all this is true, he doesn't deserve to be this toy! In fact, this guy should be Lightyears away from children.

SRSLY we've heard of the Naked Cowboy before, but this crosses the line!

[Image via Byron Smith/New York Post.]

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Jerry Sandusky Not Getting New Trial!

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It seems like the whole Jerry Sandusky saga is just refusing to end.

Mainly because Jerry, the monster/child sex abuser, refuses to confess to his crimes.

We previously mentioned that he had asked for a new trial arguing that his lawyers didn't have enough time to build a proper defense.

The judge denied his request because

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Auditor Wants BIG Changes At Penn State!

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Pennsylvania's Auditor General Jack Wagner has called for serious changes at Penn State.

And no, we didn't just make up the term auditor general.

Wagner has asked PA's governor, Tom Corbett, and state lawmakers to demand Penn State's "antiquated" power structure be reorganized.

He said that the power at Penn State was cut-off from outside eyes and in the hands of too few people.

Wagner believes that the conspiracy of silence surrounding the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case would have been uncovered sooner if the distribution of power was different.

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Penn State's Ex-President In Court Today!

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As we previously mentioned, Penn State's ex-president Graham Spanier was being brought up on charges related to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.

Well he was finally officially arraigned in court briefly today on the charges that he committed perjury and obstructed justice when he allegedly covered up Sandusky's child abuse.

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MORE Penn State Officials Charged In Court!

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We previously mentioned that Penn State's ex-president, Graham Spanier, is now facing charges related to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.

We had said that the former athletic director Tim Curley and Penn State's ex-vice president Gary Schultz were also going to be charged for their inaction during the whole scandal.

Well it's official now, Curley and Schultz were arraigned in court today in a ten minute hearing.

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Penn State's Ex-President Faces Charges!

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Pennsylvania prosecutors are getting ready to charge Penn State's former president Graham Spanier in connection with the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal!

They are planning on charging him with perjury and obstruction of justice for allegedly covering up Sandusky's child abuse.

He was fired from Penn State during the Sandusky scandal after serving as the university's president for 16-years.

He apparently is now being charged specifically due to

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NCAA President Defends Sanctions Against Penn State

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In the wake of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, Penn State was slapped with some pretty serious sanctions from the NCAA regarding its football program.

Mark Emmert, president of the NCAA, has defended these sanctions, even though they're some of the most severe ever handed down.

Emmert decided to clarify their intent, saying:

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