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June 29th, 2012
10:03 PM ET

Lawyer: Penn State e-mails are appalling

A lawyer for one of Jerry Sandusky's victims reacts to emails between Penn State officials on dealing with suspicions of child sex abuse.

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June 29th, 2012
09:30 PM ET

Disturbing e-mails could spell more trouble for Penn State officials

With convicted serial child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky behind bars, new questions are surfacing about what Penn State officials knew about a 2001 incident involving the former assistant football coach's encounter with a boy in the shower - and whether they covered up the incident.

Sandusky sexually abused other boys in the years after the 2001 incident and before his arrest.

CNN does not have the purported e-mails. However, the alleged contents were read to CNN.

The messages indicate former Penn State President Graham Spanier and two other former university officials knew they had a problem with Sandusky after a 2001 shower incident, but apparently first decided to handle it using a "humane" approach before contacting outside authorities whose job it is to investigate suspected abuse.

"This is a more humane and upfront way to handle this,' Gary Schultz, who was a university vice president at the time, allegedly wrote.

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June 25th, 2012
10:11 PM ET

Juror: Sandusky expressions creepy

Two jurors in the Jerry Sandusky trial open up about what they witnessed in the courtroom and how they reached their decision in the case.

Joshua Harper says he viewed the victims as credible, and was watching Sandusky's reaction to the witness testimony. "It seemed to be he was kind of reminiscing of the victims...he would kind of lean in towards them...like he was thinking about the victims and his behavior with them," said Harper.

Ann Van Kuren says she did want to see Sandusky testify. She believes the victims' compelling testimony was the most critical evidence in the case.

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June 23rd, 2012
02:15 AM ET

Joe Amendola: Sandusky wanted to testify

Jerry Sandusky's lawyer says his client intended to take the stand, but didn't in order to avoid his adopted son, Matt Sandusky, testifying as a rebuttal witness. Amendola also told Anderson Cooper that Sandusky never considered a plea agreement.

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June 23rd, 2012
12:26 AM ET

Sandusky co-counsel pledges appeal

Jerry Sandusky's co-counsel, Karl Rominger, plans appeal based on the court not granting continuance.

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June 23rd, 2012
12:25 AM ET

Jerry Sandusky's reaction to verdict

CNN's Jason Carroll describes Jerry Sandusky's reaction as the verdict is read, declaring him guilty on 45 of 48 counts.

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June 22nd, 2012
12:20 PM ET

Matt Sandusky was prepared to testify

A source tells CNN's Jason Carroll that Matt Sandusky would have been a witness for the prosecution if Jerry Sandusky had testified. The adopted son of the former Penn State assistant football coach claims he was sexually abused.

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June 21st, 2012
11:02 PM ET

Sandusky's adopted son claims sex abuse

Mark Geragos calls the timing of Matt Sandusky's announcement, that Jerry Sandusky molested him, 'incredibly suspicious.' Sunny Hostin disagrees.

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June 20th, 2012
10:26 PM ET

Pivotal moments in Sandusky trial

CNN's Jason Carroll reviews the most critical moments in the Sandusky trial and looks ahead to what's next in the case.

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June 20th, 2012
10:23 PM ET

Sandusky witness: Can't believe abuse claims

Joyce Porter, a witness for Sandusky's defense, says she'd have to see him sexually abuse children to believe it happened.

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