Sandusky 'Second Mile' charity doesn't want to turn over records of alleged victims in sex abuse case
Howard Rosenthal is a lawyer for The Second Mile, the charity for at-risk youth that Sandusky founded and used to meet some of his alleged victims. He says the charity shouldn't be forced to turn over the material. Rosenthal told Judge John Cleland during a hearing Wednesday that two of the victims object to any disclosure of their records to Sandusky.
Sandusky's lawyer, Joseph Amendola, is seeking records of the accusers, as well as donor records, documents turned over to state and federal authorities, and other materials.
Sandusky, who denies the allegations, is confined to his State College home to await the start of his trial on 52 criminal counts involving 10 boys over 15 years.
Amendola has requested a delay in the trial, set to begin June 5.
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