Two Penn State University officials waived a chance to face a judge on Thursday and instead entered pleas of not guilty on paper to charges they lied to a grand jury about a child sex abuse scandal involving former coach Jerry Sandusky, Reuters reports. Penn State Athletic Director Tim Curley and university finance official Gary Schultz, who was also head of campus security when the scandal broke last fall, had been set to appear in Dauphin County Court for arraignment on charges of perjury and failing to report abuse allegations to police. Instead, they opted to waive the arraignment and filed pleas of not guilty through court documents…

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