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Jerry Sandusky Former Penn State Assistant Coach: Found Guilty on 45 of 48 Counts of Sexual Abuse of Boys



Jerry Sandusky former Penn State assistant coach was “found guilty” of 45 of the 48 counts related to his sexual abuse of boys. He showed no emotion during the reading of the verdict.

Judge John Cleland addressed his comments directly to Sandusky and said “you have been found guilty by a jury of your peers and your sentencing would take place in about 90 days.”

Jerry Sandusky was immediately taken into custody and while he was being escorted out of the courthouse, he managed to wave to his wife, Dottie Sandusky.

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June 23, 2012 - Posted by | Late Breaking News | , , , , , , ,

7 Comments »

  1. Prosecutors could not even get convictions on each charges they sought against Jerry Sandusky; what losers. Time to yank their law license to ever practice law anymore like they did to CNN-Nancy Grace. Now, maybe it’s time to hold up the prosecutors in the Sandusky case for their crimes in wasting our tax-dollars. Death penalty for the prosecution-teams, perhaps, because what they wrongfully did is clearly what they have done to Jerry. No victim had any credibility, imo, if it can be proven they each failed to call 911 to report the alleged-abuse-incidents within minutes of each alleged-abuse-scenario. Maybe each accuser needs a lengthy prison sentence too for their crimes in this trial. If a victim does not immediately notify police of an alleged crime at their first-opportunity, they then relinquish any and all rights to ever claim to be a victim of the alleged-crime in the future imo. The alleged-victims testified against Sandusky only because of their discomfort with being gay imo and cannot be trusted as truth-bearers because of such, imo.

    Comment by JanCorey | June 23, 2012 | Reply

    • Children are taught to view all adults as authoritarian figures and unfortunately I suspect a great majority of the boys that Jerry Sandusky came in contact with were single parent latch key kids and jumped at the opportunity of an adult male taking on the role of coach, mentor, friend and father figure.

      There are many ways to entice children other than offering them ice cream and candy. Jerry Sandusky didn’t just start molesting boys, his behavior started in the 70’s and he was so entrenched into his sick addiction that had a black book that he kept on his person and would actually pimp these boys out as he travelled from town to town. Sandusky is not the only sick, demented soul out there, the black book proves it.

      Sandusky should not be the only one going to jail for years and years of abuse against innocent children. There were many adults along the way that knew of his behavior but choose to look the other way for one reason or the other. What a shame! So many boys could have been spared, if only one adult along the way, would have made a moral decision that Sandusky’s behavior was wrong and also against the law.

      Children naturally fear adults because their physical appearance alone is intimidating and understand that it takes a lot of courage for them to come forward and tell someone that they are being abused, especially by a well known and highly respected person.

      In the case of sexual abuse on a child, there are too many variables to consider, to assume “that if
      the victim doesn’t come forward immediately, the alleged charge is not worthy of further investigation.”

      Every sexual abuse allegation should be investigated, regardless of where it leads or who it indicts.

      Comment by brp305 | June 23, 2012 | Reply

      • BRP305, you just proved my point. Prosecutors FAILED to get a conviction on ALL charges, wtf?

        Comment by JanCorey | June 23, 2012

      • Jan, what point are you trying to make?

        Is it the fact that the jurors only found Jerry Sandusky “guilty” of 45 of 48 counts?

        Respectfully Jan, which letter in “G-U-I-L-T-Y” could you not comprehend?

        G is the seventh letter of the English alphabet.
        U is the 21st letter of the English alphabet.
        I is the ninth letter of the English alphabet.
        L is the 12th letter of the English alphabet.
        T is the 20th letter of the English alphabet.
        Y is the 25th letter of the English alphabet.

        The word “guilty” as described in Wikipedia is as follows:

        Being “
        guilty” of a criminal offense means that one has committed a violation of criminal law, or performed all the elements of the offense set out by a criminal statute.[1] The determination that one has committed that violation is made by an external body (a “court of law”) and is, therefore, as definitive as the record-keeping of the body. So the most basic definition is fundamentally circular: a person is guilty of violating a law, if a court says so.

        Hopefully this succinct description of the word will help you to comprehend what has taken place in respect to the “guilty verdict” in Jerry Sandusky trial and allow you to come to terms, not only with the fantasy of the man but also with the reality of the evidence presented against him. Sandusky’s own adopted son was ready to testify that Sandusky also molested him.

        References:
        1. ^ See generally United States v. Rivera-Gomez, 67 F.3d 993, 997 (1st Cir. 1995).

        Comment by brp305 | June 23, 2012

      • Jerry is gay as well as all of his alleged-victims. Sending Jerry to prison will be non-stop sex opportunities for this perp, it will be a vacation for him. Is that Justice? Personally, I would have executed him in court it I was asked the best alternative might have been.

        Comment by JanCorey | June 23, 2012

  2. Abuse against innocent children? They are mad they are gay.

    Comment by JanCorey | June 23, 2012 | Reply

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

    Comment by JanCorey | June 23, 2012 | Reply


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