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Callan says Dottie testimony 'will not make a much of difference' in the Sandusky case

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to In Session Correspondent, Beth Karas and CNN Legal Contributor, Paul Callan about Dottie Sandusky, wife of Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky testifying for his defense.

At least 6 accusers spent night in Sandusky home, wife testifies

Jerry Sandusky's wife told jurors Tuesday that she could remember at least six of her husband's accusers staying overnight at their house. She said she did not witness any sexual abuse.

One of the accusers had once traveled with them to the Alamo Bowl, Dottie Sandusky said, where she and her husband shared a hotel room with the boy.

Many of the accusers testified that they knew Dottie Sandusky, who is not accused of having witnessed sexual abuse.

She testified that children would often sleep at the Sanduskys' house and that "we would give them a choice of where they wanted to sleep."

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