BELLEFONTE, Pennsylvania (Reuters)—Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky learns whether he will spend his life in prison at his sentencing for child sex abuse on Tuesday, just hours after broadcasting a statement proclaiming his innocence and denouncing his accusers.
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