Jury selection in the Jerry Sandusky Sex Abuse trial is set to begin Tuesday morning.
One question is worth pondering at this juncture.
Will the alleged victims who contend the former Penn State assistant football coach sexually abused them, be viewed as credible witnesses?
Prosecutors allege Sandusky engaged in a range of sexual abuse of 10 boys over 15 years, charges he has repeatedly denied. Eight of those 10 alleged victims have been identified by investigators, and most, if not all, had been prepared to take the stand at Sandusky's preliminary hearing, which he waived at the last minute in mid-December.
Sandusky's lawyers have sought potentially damaging material from the alleged victims' pasts, including any history of making up stories, criminal arrests and psychological problems.