Sunday, November 13, 2011

#Paedophile #Sandusky : More Victims of Sandusky Are expected

More alleged sexual abuse victims of former Penn State University football coach Jerry Sandusky are likely to come forward, Pennsylvania's governor said on Sunday.

Governor Tom Corbett, who as the state attorney general opened the grand jury investigation that led to Sandusky being charged this month, said more victims tend to reveal themselves in cases like this as word gets out.

"If I'm to speculate, I wouldn't be surprised if we had more victims come forward," Corbett said on "Fox News Sunday."

Sandusky, who was Penn State's defensive coordinator for more than two decades, faces charges he abused at least eight boys over a period of years. Two Penn State officials have also been charged for failing to report one of those incidents.

Sandusky has denied the charges and is free on bail. The officials have also denied the charges against them.