Sandusky Alleged Victims No Longer Annonymous
STATE COLLEGE (WENY)---Alleged victims in the Sandusky Sex Abuse scandal won't stay annonymous for much longer.
The young men who accuse former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky of molesting them have been allowed to remain anonymous through months of heavy media coverage.
But they'll be forced to state their names for the record when they take the witness stand early next week.
Attorneys for the accusers as well as victims' say this isn't a good thing- because their public identities could traumatize them all over again.
Sandusky is accused of molesting 10 boys- all allegations he denies.
BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) - The lawyers set to argue the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case are in court to complete jury selection.
Defense lawyer Joe Amendola arrived with Sandusky after 8:15 a.m. and says he's confident the nine jurors already picked will give "us a fair shake."
Seven more jurors need to be picked, including four alternates.
Jury selection began Tuesday with some 220 people reporting.
Jurors are being chosen from people who live in the State College area, where Penn State's main campus is located. Sandusky faces 52 criminal counts for alleged abuse of 10 boys, charges he denies