All of the alleged victims identified in the child sex charges against former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky are expected to testify next month in open court, a lawyer for one of the victims told FOXNews.com, despite claims by Sandusky's defense team that some of the victims would recant.
Slade McLaughlin, one of two Philadelphia-area attorneys representing "Victim One," suggested there was little doubt about the testimony.
"In ordinary course of things, it would be expected that all victims would testify," McLaughlin said.
Sandusky is accused of sexually abusing eight young boys over 15 years, allegedly using his charity The Second Mile to find his victims. The grand jury report notes that two of the victims have not been identified despite eyewitness accounts.
The other six are expected to take the stand at the upcoming hearing set for Dec. 13, including the Clinton County youth known so far only as Victim One. The alleged victim kickstarted the investigation by tel...