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November 12th, 2011
12:32 AM ET

Video: Part two: Hear from alleged victim's psychologist

Part two of Anderson Cooper's interview with a psychologist counseling an alleged victim of Jerry Sandusky.

Watch part one of the interview. 

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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Jerry Sandusky
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  1. Amy Self

    I dont care what Power, Money, or Position that the person has..If they are a Sex-Offender..they will be taken down. We cannot put up with this kind of behavior in America..I never even knew Human Trafficking existed..as soon as I waa aware of this issue..I attempted to do something about this issue..These kind of Animals could be anyone..As Americans we must stand up and say NO..we will not put up with this kind of being in society! I know how the Court System works..and in the Penn State Case they are trying to pay people off..to make this go away..The FEDS are going to come in at some point..in some way..track the MONEY Trail..find anything to take these IDIOTS DOWN!!

    November 20, 2011 at 10:21 pm |
  2. Pam DeRossitte

    Why did the police allow Sandusky to contiue living next to an elementary school??

    November 20, 2011 at 9:48 pm |
  3. Joe

    Sandusky was a Penn State coach
    Who made football an art.
    He took great joys
    In little boys
    But we'll forget that part.

    November 15, 2011 at 8:05 pm |
    • Amy Self

      This is America..Sex-Offenders will go DOWN!! Human Chip GPS the Animals and put them in a ZOO

      November 20, 2011 at 10:02 pm |
  4. Candee Sands

    Was Ray Gricar invoved with Sandusky? Maybe he was one of the "BIG" donors who Jerry was pimping those boys to. In the weeks leading up to his disappearance his family said he was trying desperately to get rid of the hard drive to his laptop. Just saying...maybe he disappeared on his own!

    November 14, 2011 at 4:25 pm |
  5. Jim

    Are you aware that the President of Penn State that was fired is now a Proff at the college. Got to love tenure

    November 14, 2011 at 9:45 am |
  6. Tina G.

    I wish the media would leave those poor victims alone. Pls. don't put a spotlight on their pain. The meida and psychologists should focus on Sandusky and follow him around and see how long he can stand not touching a little boy without falling to pieces. I bet he won't be able to hide his addiction to little boys if he had to go a day without touching one of them. As a psychologist I'd be extremely interested to see how such a test goes.

    November 14, 2011 at 7:59 am |
    • Amy Self

      Track the PASSPORTS..they are all GPS now..see where the animals have been..Sex-Offenders love to go out of the country..then guess who is waiting..US CUSTOMS and BORDER PATROL>>ICE ..take them all down

      November 20, 2011 at 10:06 pm |
  7. Florence Becker

    FOLLOW THE MONEY AT PENN STATE. Joe Paterno had to have gone to the Board of Trustees when he found out about Sandusky's abuse of children. Shame on Joe Paterno and criminal charges as well. I'm sure they did not want to make waves for the goose that laid their golden eggs-their precious football department. And if Paterno did not ask for guidance and did nothing to help those children–shame on Joe Paterno and criminal charges as well.
    FOLLOW THE MONEY AT PENN STATE. Find out if the Board knew about the abuse. Then go after them.

    November 13, 2011 at 2:26 am |
  8. Cindy

    I applaud CNN for their choice of words with regards to Sandusky. Rather than simply stating "molested" the truth was stated these young boys were raped. CNN has reported that 1 in 3 girls (33% of the population) and 1 in 6 boys (17 % of the population) will be "molested" in their lifetime. There are 300 million people in America and for simple mathematics lets say half are female/half are male. That means 50 million women/girls will be or have been "molested" and 25.5 million men/boys will be or have been "molested". That is 75.5 million people who have been effected. Its time to speak the truth.

    November 12, 2011 at 4:31 pm |
  9. Shahid Nawaz

    The moral fiber is absolutely diminishing.People in power are abusing their positions whether they are coaches in the sports arena or CEO of a restaurant association.I find alot of similarities in Jerry sundusky and Herman Cain its unfortunate that we are allowing these kind of incidents to become news items with no consequences for the perpartrators.

    November 12, 2011 at 10:42 am |

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