Transcript: Great Deal Of Sandusky Evidence Unused
A prosecutor in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case says a "great deal" of "highly incriminating" evidence wasn't presented to the jury that convicted him, according to a post-trial hearing transcript unsealed Wednesday.
Chief Deputy Attorney General Frank Fina didn’t offer details of the additional evidence at the hearing held four days after the former Penn State assistant football coach was convicted. But, Fina said, it wouldn't be in Sandusky's best interest to have more information revealed.
The hearing concerned an audio recording of Sandusky's adopted son, Matt, claiming he was abused by Sandusky as a boy after meeting the coach through his charity, The Second Mile. Matt Sandusky's attorneys confirmed that a recording broadcast by NBC was their client making accusations of abuse to investigators even as Jerry Sandusky's trial was ongoing.
Sandusky was convicted June 22 on 45 criminal counts involving 10 victims, some of whom were abused on the Penn State campus. He awaits sentencing.
The scandal that engulfed the university after Sandusky's arrest in November led to the firings of Joe Paterno and university President Graham Spanier.
A report conducted by former FBI Director Louis Freeh at the request of the university found that Curley, Schultz, Spanier and Paterno took part in covering up allegations against Sandusky to avoid bad publicity.
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