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Jerry Sandusky, left, leaves the Centre County Courthouse and walks toward his attorney Joe Amendola's car Thursday, June 14, 2012, in Bellefonte, Pa. The prosecution's case in Sandusky's sex abuse trial neared its conclusion on Thursday after just four days of testimony, with three more accusers taking the witness stand, including a young man who said the former Penn State assistant football coach raped him as a teen guest in Sandusky's home. (AP Photo/Centre Daily Times, Abby Drey)
Photo by: Abby Drey
Jerry Sandusky, left, leaves the Centre County Courthouse and walks toward his attorney Joe Amendola's car Thursday, June 14, 2012, in Bellefonte, Pa. The prosecution's case in Sandusky's sex abuse trial neared its conclusion on Thursday after just four days of testimony, with three more accusers taking the witness stand, including a young man who said the former Penn State assistant football coach raped him as a teen guest in Sandusky's home. (AP Photo/Centre Daily Times, Abby Drey)

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