Jerry Sandusky Scandal

Lawyers for alleged victims tell Sandusky, PSU to keep all records

STATE COLLEGE — Lawyers for alleged victims in the sex abuse case of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky are telling him and the school to keep all records connected to the case because they may be needed for lawsuits.

The letters sent Friday by attorney David Marshall notify the recipients they could be named as defendants in suits filed by alleged victims.

That includes records that could show when Sandusky entered and left Penn State facilities where prosecutors say he molested boys.

It also includes credit card records of trips and gifts prosecutors say Sandusky bought some boys.

Sandusky says he’s innocent. Similar letters went to former Penn State officials Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, The Second Mile charity and former president Jack Raykovitz, and state and county child welfare officials.