HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Pennsylvania prosecutors say they'll tell Jerry Sandusky the names of the 10 young men identified as victims of sex abuse allegedly at his hands by the end of the week.
The attorney general's office said in a document filed late Monday in Centre County court said that the alleged victims' names will be delivered to Sandusky lawyer Joe Amendola (ah-men-DOH'-luh) by the close of business Friday.
Sandusky says he is innocent.
The lawyer has requested a document from prosecutors that would include names of purported victims. It would also include the times, locations and other information to back up more than 50 criminal counts against the former Penn State defensive coordinator.
State prosecutors argue that the grand jury reports, charging documents and discovery materials lay out the facts sufficiently.