Talks over potential settlements between Penn State and roughly two dozen men who accuse ex-assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky of sexual abuse have started in “good faith,” said the attorneys assisting the school with negotiations.
Gov. Tom Corbett responded Thursday to critics of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation investigation, saying politics played no role.
Jerry Sandusky won a court ruling Friday that will let him have an expert testify about a psychiatric condition that his lawyer says helps explain letters he wrote to his accusers and other actions being construed as him grooming victims.
One, a foster child, said he was threatened, warned he would never see his family again if he ever told anyone what happened. Another said he stayed quiet because he didn’t want to stop getting tickets to the hottest game in town — Penn State football.
Victim 10 told jurors Sandusky assaulted him in the basement of the former Penn State assistant football coach’s State College home in the late 1990s, then threatened to keep him away from his biological family.
The first witness in Jerry Sandusky’s trial said the former Penn State assistant football coach sexually abused him as a young teenager on campus and in hotel saunas and later sent him “creepy love letters.”
A jury was selected Wednesday in the child molestation scandal that brought down Joe Paterno, and the makeup of the panel left no doubt this is Penn State country.
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