Lots of Info including Victims (no names just overview of their testimony) and the key players in the case.
All the people in the trial except the prosecutor. The Penn AG appointed the special prosecutor in this case. Her info since no idea what the special prosecutor's office is. Kelly was a former U.S. Attorney. Quite a big shot.
AG - Linda Kelly
Special prosecutor - Joseph McGettigan
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Victim 1: The Clinton County youth, now 18, whose allegations launched the attorney general’s investigation into Sandusky. Says the former coach took him out of classes, called him frequently, and molested him several times between the ages of 11 and 14.
Victim 2: The youth at the center of the most explosive allegations against Sandusky. Then-graduate assistant Mike McQueary says he saw Sandusky raping the boy — who appeared to be about 10 — in February 2001 in the university’s football locker-room showers. Prosecutors do not know his identity. He would now be about 21.
Victim 3: A 25-year-old man who maintains Sandusky often showered with him and touched him inappropriately when he was between the ages of 12 and 14.
Victim 4: A now 28-year-old man who claimed he was molested on Penn State’s campus, at nearby hotels and on trips with the football team. He often slept in Sandusky’s home and attended football games when he was between 12 and 17 years old. Was listed as part of Sandusky’s family party for the 1998 Outback Bowl and the 1999 Alamo Bowl.
Victim 5: Now 22, claims that Sandusky showered with him when he was 12 or 13 and touched him inappropriately.
Victim 6: The now 25-year-old man, whose experience with Sandusky launched a 1998 investigation by university police. When he was 11, he claimed Sandusky touched him inappropriately in a football locker-room shower. That case was closed after investigators determined they could not prove abuse had occurred.
Victim 7: A 26-year-old man who testified that Sandusky stuck his hands down the waistband of his pants on several occasions while they were riding in the former coach’s car. The boy was between 9 and 11 at the time.
Victim 8: An approximately 11- to 13-year-old boy who was allegedly seen by a Penn State janitor receiving oral sex from Sandusky in November 2000 in the football locker-room showers. Prosecutors do not know his identity. He would now be between 23 and 25.
Victim 9: Currently 18, he testified that Sandusky forced him to perform oral sex and penetrated him on several occasions during sleepovers in the coach’s basement. He was 12 to 15 years old at the time. Contacted authorities after Sandusky’s initial arrest.
Victim 10: A 25-year-old man who says Sandusky engaged in oral sex and touched him inappropriately on several occasions between the ages of 10 and 12. Contacted authorities after the coach’s initial arrest.http://www.statecollege.com/news/penn-state-charges-sandusky-curley-schultz/the-parties-involved/
Joseph Amendola is the lead defense attorney representing Sandusky. He holds a law degree from Georgetown and a history degree from Penn State. Among the most high-profile criminal defense attorneys in Centre County, Amendola has represented clients from university football players to a former State College superintendent over the years. He has drawn some criticism for what's seen as unconventional representation of Sandusky -- including through mainstream-news-media interviews -- but Amendola has said there's a method behind his approach.
Karl Rominger is co-counsel for Sandusky. He made some interesting comments in December when giving a possible explanation as to why Sandusky would shower with young boys. Rominger told Harrisburg’s ABC27 News that people who work with troubled youth will tell you that some have to be taught basic hygiene, such as putting soap on their body.
Pics of all but the victims and the special prosecutor:http://www.statecollege.com/news/penn-state-charges-sandusky-curley-schultz/the-parties-involved/