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Penn State / Sandusky Trial / A Discussion #1024056

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 11, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The testimony from the first witness in the trial of former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky on charges of child sex abuse over many 15 years reviewed.

(Bellefonte, Pennsylvania: Jason Carroll) The day's shocking and dramatic testimony from victim number 4 in the Sandusky trial reviewed and how the defense handled the accuser under cross-examination and brought up a defense strategy of histrionic personality disorder and what happens tomorrow with testimony from victim number 1 discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former prosecutor Marcia Clark, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Helen Morrison and criminal defense attorney Jose Baez about the Sandusky trial. [MORRISON - describes the histrionic personality disorder as a legal defense.] [BAEZ - calls Sandusky's behavior highly unusual and the defense explains it; comments on the victims and counsel.] [CLARK - says the defense has to discredit/explain the Sandusky letters to the victims; assesses the issue of whether Sandusky will take the stand.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason

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