Jerry Sandusky Thinks Penn State Sanctions are Unjust

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michael-garcia - August 2, 2012

Convicted child rapist and former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is sitting in prison waiting to be sentenced on the 45 counts of terrible things he was convicted of. Now his lawyer, Joe Amendola, is saying that Sandusky is not only still proclaiming his innocence, but also is distraught that Penn State was hit with sanctions.

Amendola says that Sandusky thinks even if people think he did molest little boys on the Penn State campus, it's 'ridiculous' to think that anyone at Penn State was involved in any kind of cover up.

I can't say much about his logic there, but he had his day in court and was found guilty on 45 counts. So unless all these victims conspired together to make up a bunch of stories about Sandusky doing those things to them, I don't see how this guy is still trying to proclaim his innocence.

Amendola also said that Sandusky has asked to be let out of solitary confinement. That would probably not end well for Jerry.

via ESPN 

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