Aaron Fisher, who identified himself as Victim 1 in the Jerry Sandusky court case, will have a rally for his support next weekend at Lock Haven University. A group of Lock Haven residents and those with children in the Keystone Central School District will attend the picket at 11 a.m. Saturday. A vigil will also commence at 7 p.m.
The purpose for the rally is to protest Central Mountain High School, which Fisher last attended in 2008. According to this report from PennLive.com, the school did not take the proper action when Fisher first spoke of the abuse he had suffered as a child. Fisher was also bullied after speaking out about Sandusky, which forced him to change schools.
Fisher first came out about the abuse on ABC's 20/20 last week. Outrage in the Lock Haven community immediately broke out, and now those in charge have plenty of questions to answer.