Jerry Sandusky's lawyer first said he knew the identity of the Penn State shower victim—the one whose assault was witnessed by former PSU assistant coach Mike McQueary and never reported by university officials—all the way back in November, a few weeks after Sandusky's arrest. That victim, known to the world as Victim 2, never testified at Sandusky's trial. In July, one month after Sandusky was convicted, a man claiming to be Victim 2 came forward through his lawyers, who also announced the man's intention to sue Penn State. And earlier this month, one of the man's lawyers told the Scranton Times-Tribune he had no idea why the attorney general's office never called his client to testify, and that the AG's office never even had discussions with them about testifying. But as Sara Ganim noted the other day, prosecutors continue to maintain that Victim 2 still has not been identified. Now we may know why.