Penn State: What Did Witness See?

Dan Abrams discusses the case against former coach Jerry Sandusky.
1:49 | 12/12/11

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Bring -- -- -- legal analyst Dan Abrams on this morning damp morning let's talk who have been about -- leading to the pretrial yeah hearing that is. Tomorrow the difference between saying you. Heard something as opposed to -- soft so what that would that you Jimmy and at first blush this is a very significant difference on the one hand saying he witnessed the -- on the other hand saying he heard some thing. And then saw someone. The problem is that this is the first time we're hearing about this family friends account. But the grand jury heard about it and yet they still found might queries account to be quote extremely credible. So I think if there's something else here. That it that we don't quite know about yet and so wouldn't jump to the conclusion immediately this is gonna completely undermine the Korean -- as important as what the grand jury. Here is and what they believe and how they come away but trying to fit and then in the preliminary hearing and ultimately of course so once it goes to trial on course and Huskies attorney of course he's going to be saying not seen this of this proves what we're saying all -- course of an -- on -- and look and eighties significantly if it's true. That the queries giving these very differing accounts that's a problem. Particularly if there is this different that's a big problem. But we have to wait and see exactly why there -- these conflicts because. I'm still confused as to why the Stanley friend -- testified -- this why these Penn State officials could say look. We were never told. That there were sex including Joseph Paterno. And and yet the grand jury's still Fiennes who queries testimony that he witnessed the sexual assault and reported it. Extremely credible to when -- expecting tomorrow. The pretrial well this could be a very powerful hearing this is a mini trial. And these accusers are going to be able to come forward and testify. In open court against send us cases can be very emotional and of course they become the most important witness has to do our --

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