05 - 02 - 2012 Mifflin Co. School District asks judge to void Sandusky subpoena
(CDT) The Mifflin Co. School District filed a motion yesterday to quash a subpoena it received from Jerry Sandusky's defense attorney on April 13 seeking IQ tests, attendance records, psychological evaluations, grade reports & other records pertaining to alleged victim No. 9. The attorneys for the District wrote that the records are protected by various state & federal laws. The young man identified as alleged victim No. 9 told the grand jury he met Sandusky at a Second Mile camp around 2004. He testified that Sandusky gave him gifts, including money, & took him to football games, & that he stayed overnight at Sandusky's home where he was told to sleep in a basement bedroom & had “barely any” contact with Sandusky’s wife, Dottie. The young man testified that what he first took as affection from Sandusky—hugging, tickling, cuddling—became sexual assaults that went on for years.