Jerry Sandusky’s attorneys have asked a judge to review victim therapy records for evidence of repressed memory therapy.
Jerry Sandusky’s attorneys have asked a judge to review victim therapy records for evidence of repressed memory therapy. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com
Jerry Sandusky’s attorneys have asked a judge to review victim therapy records for evidence of repressed memory therapy. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com

Sandusky wants judge to review victim therapy records

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