Transcript for Sex Abuse Scandal
-- out -- that sex abuse scandal at Penn State and a major development tonight involving an assistant coach who claims he first blew the whistle on Jerry sandusky. After allegedly seeing sandusky sexually assaulting a young boy in a locker room shower. Harrisburg patriot news is now reporting that the coach Mike when queried. Pulled a different story the time to a family friend telling -- -- that he didn't actually see what happened in that shower stall. That he only hurt but he thought was going -- Meantime the ripple effect from Penn State continues its prompted two men to step forward with a -- accusations in another case. This time the amateur athletic union one of the largest sports organizations in America. Our cable partner ESPN breaking the story and here's ABC's Clinton send -- Ralph west says he was fifteen when it happened his Memphis basketball team was on -- Youth League trip in 1983. When he says his coach came into -- hotel room and sexually assaulted him. I was dead asleep. And I don't remember anything but waking up in -- has this he's trying to put his hand in my boxer shorts. And I jumped up straight out of the bed. And he's not there but he's laying on the floor next to me down by the bed. That coach was Bobby Dodd he would eventually become the head of that Youth League the amateur athletic union. One of the largest and oldest in the country. West -- -- secret for decades but after the Penn State scandal he decided to speak out. He claims the EU ignored him so he broke silence -- ESPN's outside the lines I was afraid even falsely when -- around. A second former player who wants to remain anonymous claims dot molested him when he was twelve. -- -- -- -- Torturing him and -- -- probably. Student -- -- about the murder torture and. Dodd denied the allegations when confronted by a U officials he left the organization in November police are now investigating. We are shocked and deeply concerned about these serious allegations with hundreds of thousands of kids participating in a -- sponsored events every year. Parents are left wondering when they can trust. You have to check the coaches you have to check who's leading those children. If you don't know the coach find out about the coats. BAU admits it does not require background checks for the thousands of coaches the participate every year. But tonight they tell -- an independent panel will be asked if that was a policy that needs to change.
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