Judge Allows The Second Mile's Petition, Cancels Friday's Status Conference
The Second Mile's status conference scheduled for Friday was canceled when Judge William Morgan granted the charity's petition to delay transferring $2 million in assets and closing for good until all lawsuits are settled and any outstanding legal issues are resolved.
On Aug. 27, a attorneys filed a petition for The Second Mile, requesting that the organization still be able to pursue transferring the assets to Arrow Child & Family Ministries, a Houston-based charity with operations in Pennsylvania founded by a survivor of child sexual abuse.
Jerry Sandusky's victims 3, 5 and 7 had objected to the nearly $2 million in asset transfer.
Dave Woodle, the current leadership at The Second Mile, the charity founded by Jerry Sandusky, released a statement on Monday on The Second Mile's website, where all breaking announcements regarding the charity have been posted.
Currently, there is no timeline regarding court dates for The Second Mile and outside investigations are ongoing although the charity, founded by Jerry Sandusky, was called off in August.