Jerry Sandusky Found Guilty

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Jerry Sandusky, AKA, the Monster of Happy Valley, was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts of child sex abuse on Friday.

Sandusky, 68, the retired defensive coordinator for Pennsylvania State University’s football team who was once thought to be in line to succeed the revered head coach Joe Paterno, was charged with 48 counts of child sex abuse — some victims were as young as 8 years of age.

The victims testified they met Sandusky through the Second Mile, a charity Sandusky founded for underprivileged youth in 1977. Many shared similar stories of the former coach groping their naked bodies in football locker room showers or raping them in the basement of his State College home.

One gruesome incident was described by former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary who testified he saw Sandusky in 2001 sodomizing a boy in a locker room shower.

Jurors took 20 hours over two days to reach a verdict. This followed an excruciating eight-day trial in which they heard from eight accusers who said Jerry Sandusky had molested them as boys during a period spanning from the mid-1990s until 2009.

Sentencing is expected in September and could carry as many as 400 years meaning Sandusky will spend the rest of his miserable life in a 6’x8′ jail cell.


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13 Responses to Jerry Sandusky Found Guilty

  1. feminazi says:

    Where was Penn State while this was occurring? Is protecting a college football program really more important than protecting the children of a community? Sandusky is obviously a pedophile and he was surrounded by enablers and people who refused to speak up for these boys.

  2. Brigadoon says:

    Happy Valley my ass. I hope Sandusky gets shived in heart by an inmate. He deserves no mercy.

  3. Rational&Scientific&antiReligion says:

    Put him in a cell with Bubba for the next 15 years……………

  4. The Real Adam says:

    The Monster of Happy Valley will commit suicide within the first year of incarceration.

  5. mdmbl says:

    Adults who were sexually abused as children often think they are not good enough to deserve a genuinely caring relationship. They have a whole array of pathologies and challenges as adults. Some turn to crime, others drink and drug use. They may have even think they deserved the abuse. Sandusky is known to have abused at least 8 boys. There may be many more who for whatever reason did not come forward. Admitting sexual abuse for a male is particularly difficult. Sandusky should never be set free on appeal. He’s a menace and threat to the community.

  6. Joe in Colorado says:

    Justice was served. How many times do we get to say this? Not often.

  7. ChiTOM says:

    Penn State officials knew they had a sexual predator on their payroll.

    But they didn’t want to risk rocking the boat and more importantly, risk their stupid football program by launching a vigorous and independent investigation.

    This is one of the many reasons why I think college football programs are flawed. If Sandusky could get away with this for decades, how many other universities have coaches abusing children that we don’t hear about and who are shielded by the school administration?

  8. Pechanga says:

    The civil cases will include damages and litigants will go after Sandusky and Penn State.

    Penn State will have to tap their endowment to pay claims. I see a future where the school is a mere shell of its former self. Let this be a cautionary tale.

  9. JanCorey says:

    Who does Jerry Sandusky think he is sticking his wiener into children…… George Anthony?

  10. Adirondacky says:

    These victims will likely be damaged for the remainder of their lives. It’s a human tragedy Sandusky was allowed to molest these kids for decades and Penn State looked the other way.

  11. Chicken Hammer says:

    May he never again enjoy a moment of freedom & let his soul rot in hell.

  12. Woodcliffe says:

    Lock him up and throw away the key. This cretin deserves to meet the same fate as Jeffery Dalmer.

  13. fran says:

    He’s going to appeal. Haven’t his victims endured enough?

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