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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 15, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(State College: Jim Avila) The reaction to former Penn State University football coach Jerry Sandusky's denial of sexual abuse of boys on campus as reported by witness now-assistant coach Mike McQueary reviewed; details given about the March of 2002 incident and the AP report on McQueary's e-mail claiming he talked to police. [With Bob Costas, SANDUSKY - denies charges; says he and the boy were horsing around in the shower; denies being sexually attracted to underage boys.] [Sandusky attorney Joe AMENDOLA - comments.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Dan Abrams) The questions about Sandusky's interview, the phrase "horsing around" used by Sandusky and a Penn State official and the legal consequences of the rising numbers of accusers and their accounts discussed.

Sawyer, Diane;
Avila, Jim;
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