Sandusky Victims Ask for Anonymity at Trial

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Another pre-trial hearing is set for Wednesday afternoon in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case ahead of Tuesday’s trial in Centre County.

The former Penn State football coach made a surprise appearance Tuesday in Centre County court.

According to a note from the judge, the meeting involved a request by the defense to postpone jury selection scheduled to begin June 5. The judge denied that motion.

In addiction, four of Sandusky’s alleged victims asked the court through their attorneys to keep secret their identities at the trial.

Sandusky is accused of molesting at least 10 boys, some of the Penn State campus.

Newswatch 16 will be at Wednesday’s hearing and will have the latest developments as they become available.