Jerry Sandusky: Jerry Sandusky Claims
March 3, 2012 by staff
Jerry Sandusky: Jerry Sandusky Claims, Prosecutors claim Jerry Sandusky sexually abused boys ranging in age from 8 to 17, eight of whom were molested on the Penn State campus, according to a document with new details about the case filed Thursday.
The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office said in the document that crimes involving one of the 10 alleged victims took place in Florida and Texas, while another boy was abused at his own school.
Prosecutors were more specific in the document about the ages of the boys than in earlier reports, but much of the information is similar to details revealed in grand jury presentments issued last year that formed the basis for charges against the former Penn State assistant football coach.
Sandusky, 68, is confined to his home while he awaits trial on 52 criminal counts. He denies the allegations, and his lawyer said he did not think anything in the latest filing would change his defense strategy.
“We are continuing with the preparation of Jerry’s defense with the goal of obtaining an acquittal on all the charges filed against him,” attorney Joseph Amendola said in an email message Thursday.
The latest court filing states that two of the boys, identified as Victim 2 and Victim 8, remain unidentified to authorities.
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