Zach Tomaselli, just five days after saying he had been lying the past few months about his claims that former Syracuse assistant coach Bernie Fine sexually abused him as a child, said Wednesday he was indeed abused by Fine.
A man who accused former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine of molesting him pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually abusing a teenage boy in an agreement that caps his sentence at just over three years in prison.
A 56-year-old New York prison inmate says former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine began molesting him more than 40 years ago and continued to have sexual contact with him into adulthood.
Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick has given federal investigators records that may call into question the story of one of three men who have accused Bernie Fine of sexually abusing them when they were boys.
A law enforcement official familiar with the child sex abuse investigation of fired Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine says federal agents have searched one coach's locker at the university's basketball center.
The Syracuse Police Department said it will turn over information it has uncovered relating to its sexual abuse investigation of Syracuse coach Bernie Fine, putting an end to a spat with the District Attorney's office that was headed to court on Tuesday.
Syracuse assistant coach Bernie Fine has been accused of sexual abuse by a third individual who says Fine molestated him in 2002 at a Pittsburgh hotel room when he was 13 years old, The Post-Standard of Syracuse has reported.