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What could be more enjoyable than slipping inside the mind of a convicted child rapist for a few moments? Probably any other activity in the known universe. But if you are in the mood to see what Jerry Sandusky thinks about his current, confined reality, a few of the letters he has written to “pen pals” are now available for viewing.
The Joe Paterno-Jerry Sandusky story isn’t going away. John Ziegler, controversial filmmaker/Sarah Palin lover is making a documentary called Framing Joe Paterno. He was interviewed by Matt Lauer on Today. There’s creepy Sandusky audio.
The Paterno Family Is Releasing Its Own Report On The Sandusky Scandal Soon, And Hopefully It’s Over After This
We are very sorry for bothering you with Joe Paterno news, but this is relatively important. The Paterno family wasn’t happy with the Freeh Report, so they’re releasing their own, longer report that sounds like it’s mainly a critique of the Freeh Report itself. But we’re pretty darn sure Joe Paterno was still negligent. What this all means, after the jump.
Joe Paterno’s Family Is Happy The State Of Pennsylvania Is Suing The NCAA Over Its Penn State Sanctions
When the NCAA handed down severe punishments to Penn State last July based on the findings of the Freeh Report in relation to the school’s alleged mishandling of Jerry Sandusky, it didn’t feel quite right to us. So would the news that the state of Pennsylvania is suing the NCAA sit any better with us? Well… not really. After the jump, we explain why.
The “conspiracy of silence” that protected Jerry Sandusky extended all the way to the top at Penn State, prosecutors said Thursday as they charged former university President Graham Spanier with hushing up child sexual abuse allegations against the former assistant football coach. Read more at Fox News.
With the Jerry Sandusky trial over, one of the victims who got the case against Sandusky going to begin with, known during the trial only as Victim 1, is telling his story in greater depth. That includes an interview with ABC, which airs tonight. A preview is after the jump.
Jerry Sandusky was sentenced to 30-60 years in prison earlier this morning for abusing 10 boys over 15 years. But much went on during the sentencing hearing, including multiple statements from the victims, lawyers, and Sandusky himself. And then, finally, the sentence and Judge John Cleland’s reasoning.
Jerry Sandusky faced up to 442 years in prison after being convicted on 45 counts of sexual abuse of children in June. And despite his last, desperate pleas leading up to today’s sentencing, it was a foregone conclusion he’d be going away for a long time. As of this morning, we know exactly how long.