Three New Victims Come Forward in Case Against Jerry Sandusky
There’s more bad news for former Penn State assistant coach and convicted child abuser Jerry Sandusky.
Monday, three men accused Sandusky of abuse dating back to the early 1970s. It is the earliest known reports of Sandusky abuse to date.
Sandusky, convicted last month on 45 charges of sexually abusing young boys, is currently in prison awaiting sentencing. According to reports, the three men came forward to the police and are claiming abuse that would have happened when Sandusky was in his late 20s and early 30s and employed by Penn State.
According to the Patriot-News: “Two sources with knowledge of the investigation say police are aware these men have come forward.” However, it is unknown whether they were among the more than 430 interviews conducted by investigator Louis Freeh, whose report on the misdeeds at Penn State have sent shockwaves through the country.