Sandusky Sex-Abuse Trial Begins

    BELLEFONTE, PA - JUNE 6: Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky (L) and Karl Rominger (R), an attorney assisting Joe Amendola (C), walk out of the Centre County Courthouse at the end of the second day of jury selection in his child sex abuse trial on June 6, 2012, in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. All jurors have been selected for the trail in which Sandusky is charged with 52 criminal counts of alleged sexual abuse of children. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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    Controversy is sure to return to Happy Valley as former Nittany Lions football coach Jerry Sandusky goes on trial Monday on 52 charges of sexual abuse. The criminal assault charges involve 10 boys and span 15 years. “There really is no physical evidence,” law professor Wes Oliver told reporters. “It’s entirely a question of he said, he said. But there are a whole lot of ‘he’s.’” Opening arguments will commence Monday morning, and Sandusky’s attorney Joe Amendola said that it’s a battle the former Penn State hero has to win. “There will be no plea negotiations,” Amendola told reporters. “This is a fight to the death. This is the fight of Jerry Sandusky’s life.”

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