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On tape, Sandusky’s son Matt talks of sex abuse
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He said that Matt Sandusky, on the tape, makes "allegations that directly contradicts sworn testimony .... directly contradicts police statements he’d given previously, directly contradicts public statements and absolutely contradicts everything his family knows."

A message seeking comment from Amendola was left by AP on Tuesday at his office.

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Afterward, Judge John Cleland issued an order prohibiting the defense attorneys from disclosing any material given to them by prosecutors that was not introduced at trial. It also gave Sandusky’s attorneys 10 days to provide the court with an inventory of all discovery materials that were distributed to any member of the defense team or other person.

Explaining why he decided to come forward after publicly standing by his dad, Matt Sandusky said it was for his family, "so that they can really have closure and see what the truth actually is. And just to right the wrong, honestly, of going to the grand jury and lying."

Jerry Sandusky, 68, is under observation at the Centre County jail, where he is being kept away from other inmates pending a psychological review that will help determine the next step toward his sentencing in about three months.

Rominger said Sandusky is adamant about his innocence.




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