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The judge in the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse case ruled that alleged victims of the former Penn State assistant football coach will have to testify using their real names. Five of the accusers, who had been known as victims 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, asked for permission to use pseudonyms during the trial. But Judge John Cleland said he could not allow their true identities to be hidden. CBS's Rob Mank spoke to crime victim advocate Julie Lawson about the judge's decision.