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Penn State / Sandusky Trial #1024076

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 12, 2012
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Report introduced.

(Bellefonte, Pennsylvania: Jim Avila) The testimony from two witnesses in the trial of former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky on charges of child sex abuse over a 15 year period reviewed; details given about what Mike McQueary said about seeing Sandusky having sex in the shower with a boy and of testimony about sexual abuse by victim number one. [Attorney for victim number 5 Thomas KLINE†- comments on McQuea ry and what he told the jury about the sex.] [Victims' rights advocate Jennifer STORM†- talks about boy number one's testimony.]

(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, Dan Abrams) The shaken reaction of the jury to the testimony, why Sandusky went to trial and the possibility of Sandusky testifying discussed.

Stephanopoulos, George;
Avila, Jim;
Dan, George Stephanopoulos,

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