President of Pa. charity linked to abuse resigns


STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- The president of the charity linked to the Penn State child sex-abuse scandal says he's resigned.

The Board of Directors of The Second Mile says it accepted Dr. Jack Raykovitz's resignation Sunday.

In a statement the charity says Raykovitz had been CEO of the charity for 28 years. The vice-chairman of the organization, David Woodle, will now be in charge of day-to-day operations.

Second Mile founder Jerry Sandusky is facing multiple child abuse charges. The Second Mile says it will be conducting an internal investigation of its programs.

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