"We have not been able to develop full profiles of these people [Sandusky's alleged victims]," his attorney said "in an interview just days prior to Monday's sweeping court order which now prohibits prosecutors, defense lawyers and potential witnesses from making public comments about the case."
USA Today reports: "The insurance company, Federal Insurance Co., however has gone to federal court to contend that it is not obligated to pay defense costs, citing the former coach's alleged "reprehensible acts.'"
How is this even a question? Look at our court system.
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