Jerry Sandusky's Judge Rules No Anonymity For The Alleged Victims
As jury selection begins in the trial of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky Tuesday, the judge ruled on Monday that the victims will not be allowed anonymity.
Judge John Cleland also ruled that no form of communication will be allowed from the court room, including Twitter or other social media.
According to the Associated Press, finding a jury with no connection or allegiances to Penn State may be the most challenging part in a county where the University and the community are so "intertwined."
Jerry Sandusky, the former assistant Penn State football coach under head coach Joe Paterno, faces 52 charges that he sexually abused 10 boys over 15 years. Sandusky has denied the charges.
Read more at Associated Press.
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