Nine months after being convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys Jerry Sandusky is again claiming he did nothing wrong.
Sandusky has rarely spoken about the allegations, although he has consistently maintained his innocence since his November 2011 arrest.
The latest statements came Monday in portions of a taped interview aired on NBC's "Today" and transcripts posted on the web site of a filmmaker who aims to clear Joe Paterno's name. In the interviews, the former Penn State assistant coach denied having inappropriate contact with the boys, although he acknowledged he may have "tested boundaries."
But the late coach's family has distanced themselves from the comments. Wick Sollers, a Paterno family lawyer, said in a statement that Sandusky's words are "transparently self-serving and yet another insult to the victims."
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