BELLEFONTE – Within hours of three state agencies filing documents requesting that a judge seal motions to quash subpoenas, prosecutors from the Attorney General’s office filed an amendment to change the year of a bombshell sexual encounter allegation that cost Penn State’s legendary football coach his job.
Attorneys representing the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Department of Labor and Industry and Department of Public Welfare all filed motions Monday afternoon, requesting that a judge seal its motion to quash the subpoenas out of “an abundance of caution” to protect the identity of the alleged victims.
A copy of the Commonwealth’s full 40-page response to the defendant’s second motion to compel discovery was also posted online, outlining the prosecutors’ response to the defense team’s request for more pretrial information, including more physical evidence that was handed over.
Later Monday evening, the document was taken offline and replaced with a three-page motion to amend the bill of particulars from the commonwealth.
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