Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky (R) arrives at the Centre County court house before the third day of his child sex abuse trial on June 13, 2012, in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Sandusky is charged with 52 criminal counts of alleged sexual abuse of children. Photo Courtesy: Jeff Swensen, Getty Images
BELLEFONTE, PA (AP) - Testimony is set to resume in Jerry Sandusky's fast-moving child-sex abuse trial, and the prosecution could wrap up its case by the end of the week.
Thursday will mark the fourth day of testimony. Jurors have already heard from five of the former Penn State assistant football coach's alleged victims. Three more are expected to testify.
Authorities say they don't know the identities of two other alleged victims.
Sandusky is on trial on 52 counts that accuse him of sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year span.
On Wednesday, one accuser who had been in foster care said Sandusky assaulted him and then told him he'd never see his family again if he told anyone about the attack.
Sandusky denies the allegations. His attorney has suggested the accusers have financial motives.
The Associated Press