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Karl Rominger, one of Jerry Sandusky’s attorneys, admitted on his radio show today that he and Joe Amendola tried to get out of the case the morning of jury selection because they were inadequately prepared. However, the judge in the case, John Cleland, denied the defense team’s request.
Joe Amendola, the lawyer for former Penn State assistant coach and accused child rapist Jerry Sandusky, has made what many consider to be some pretty grave missteps in the defense of his client. Today, he went on Today, where he was asked if he’s an idiot.
Jerry Sandusky’s Lawyer Tells Everyone To “Dial 1-800-Reality” If They Believe Sandusky Shower Story
Jerry Sandusky’s attorney Joe Amendola, noted for his defense strategy of “just throwing s— against the wall,” stepped in front of the cameras today to explain his client’s decision to waive his preliminary hearing. The man never met a microphone he didn’t love.
The New York Times sat down with Sandusky for four hours over two days at the home of his lawyer, Joe Amendola. During the interview, one moment in particular highlighted the precariousness of putting a guy (who doesn’t have much of a filter and is facing a litany of sex abuse allegations) in a room with a camera and a journalist.
Jerry Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, has said a number of interesting things about his client – namely, the fact that he maintains his innocence despite the sickening scope of the charges against him. But it’s possible those charges will eventually be too much to fight.
You thought you were getting through the day without hearing something about Jerry Sandusky? Hey, we wish you were too, but alas, here we are. Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, went on TV again today. He did not help his client’s case.
Yep: according to The Daily, the lawyer for accused Penn State child rapist Jerry Sandusky impregnated a teenage girl in 1996. Which further proves the point that the Jerry Sandusky saga is one of the biggest sources of sick, twisted irony in American history.