I know, you were quite hopeful that the next time you heard Jerry Sandusky’s name in the news somewhere down the road, it would be to say this disgusting pedophile is no longer of this world. It was not to be, so forgive me.
Instead, we hear now that Sandusky, the former Penn State defensive coordinator who raped and molested God knows how many little boys over quite a few years, doesn’t like his set-up in prison. The Associated Press reports that Sandusky, who is still under the impression that he’s going to appeal his way out of this, disapproves of the security conditions being placed upon them, including being confined in his room for 23 hours a day.
Let’s all take a minute to feel sorry for him, a man who ruined countless lives and (if not for Bill O’Brien doing an outstanding job) nearly destroyed a once-elite football program because of his evils.
I’m totally sure you spent that moment in sincere reverence and respect.
Maybe the lawyer should ask for an “easier setting” for the now-adults who have to carry the stigma of their assaults with them for the rest of their lives, too. Somehow, I don’t think that’s coming.