Sandusky Attorney: Don't Assume Guilt

    In this photo provided by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, former Penn State football defensive coordinator Gerald "Jerry" Sandusky, center, is placed in a police car  in Boalsburg, Pa., to be taken to the office of Centre County Magisterial District Judge Leslie A. Dutchcot on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. Sandusky is charged with sexually abusing eight young men. Also, Penn State athletic director Tim Curley and Penn State vice president for finance and business Gary Schultz, 62, are expected to turn themselves in on Monday in Harrisburg, Pa., on charges of perjury and failure to report under Pennsylvania’s child protective services law in connection with the investigation into the abuse allegations against Sandusky.  (AP Photo/Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General via Commonwealth Media Services)

    Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General via AP

    The attorney for Penn State’s former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky said Tuesday morning that “showering with boys” does not mean his client is guilty of charges that he raped young boys. Sandusky, who was arrested last week on 40 counts of sexual assault of eight boys, admitted in an interview Monday that he was “showering, horsing around” with a young boy in 2002, but said “in retrospect, you know, I shouldn’t have showered with those kids.” Sandusky’s attorney, Joe Amendola, said Tuesday that they had possibly found the young boy at the center of the 2002 shower incident, and “he’s saying it never happened.” Amendola may be facing his own credibility problems—a report surfaced Monday that he impregnated an underage girl in 1996.

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