People in Bellefonte, Pa., lined up outside of the Centre County courthouse as early as 3:30 a.m. today to get one of the extra folding chairs that have been set up in the back of the court in hopes that former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky will take the stand on the final day of testimony in his child sex abuse trial.
“I’ve been following it because I’m interested in the effects on Penn State,” said Jillian Damus, 17, a high school student from State College. “Of course I want to see Jerry Sandusky testify. He hasn’t done a very good job so far.”
The defense was leaning toward putting Sandusky on the stand Tuesday evening, sources told ABC News, but the final decision had yet to be made.
It would be a gamble to put Sandusky on the stand because it would then open him up to withering cross examination by the prosecutor.
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