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Penn State / Sex Abuse Scandal / Psychologist Interview #1007349

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 11, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The interview with one of the mothers of child sex abuse in the Penn State University story presented; details given about the grand jury documents about the coach {Jerry Sandusky} having sex with a long list of victims. [In "Good Morning America" interview with George Stephanopoulos, in shadow, abuse victim's MOTHER - asks for Sandusky be put away.] The question of whether there was a coverup after Mike McQueary briefed coach Joe Paterno, university officials and campus police about Sandusky's behavior and about the involvement of the charity Second Mile that was started by Sandusky outlined.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier conversation held with psychologist Michael Gillum about "victim 1. [GILLUM - outlines the response of sex abuse victims and how victims are viewed; comments on the power differential between victim and perpetrator that make it hard for the victim to come forward; states there were many witnesses and some were intimidated and took part in the coverup.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; State College: Jason Carroll) What Sandusky says denying the allegations that advanced to a sexual assault case and what the psychologist says about how victims' stories shift discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:10:40

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