1. ANONYMITY

    No Pseudonyms in Sandusky Trial

    FILE - This Feb. 10, 2012 file photo shows Judge John M. Cleland arriving for a bail conditions hearing for Jerry Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach charged with sexually abusing boys, at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa.  The judge overseeing the child sex abuse case against former Penn State assistant football coach Sandusky issued a gag order Monday, April 9, 2012,  that severely limits what attorneys on both sides may say to reporters. Cleland's order also applies to any law enforcement investigator who has ever worked on the case and anyone acting on behalf of the lawyers.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

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    Jerry Sandusky’s alleged victims will have to use their own names in court, Judge John Cleland ruled in Pennsylvania on Monday. The judge also said that no form of communication—including tweets or other electronic media—will be allowed from the courtroom. Jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday for the case, in which the former Penn State assistant football coach stands accused of having sexually abused 10 boys. Sandusky faces 52 charges spread out over 15 years. The former coach, who has been confined to his home pending trial, has denied the charges. Two hundred fifty reporters have registered to attend Sandusky’s trial, according to The Associated Press.

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