Attorneys: Police Shared Details

Jerry Sandusky’s defense revealed a new play on Tuesday, asking investigators questions that took aim at what details law enforcement may or may not have shared in their interviews with the former coach’s accusers. Sandusky attorney Joe Amendola went after two investigators for the state police, asking about whether or not they had told accusers about others who had made allegations of abuse against the former Nittany Lions legend. “In some of our interviews … we did tell them,” Cpl. Joseph Leiter, a retired investigator, testified on Tuesday. “Each of these accusers was very, very seriously injured, and very concerned, and we had told them … that they wouldn’t be alone, that there were others.”