The State v. Jerry Sandusky

This post contains some unsavory and graphic details about the Jerry Sandusky trial. Proceed with caution. In what seemed like an unbelievably short period of time — four days, the prosecution presented the entirety of their case against alleged child molester Jerry Sandusky. Sandusky, now 68, is accused of abusing and raping 10 boys over Read More…

Jerry Sandusky gets some good news

Jerry Sandusky, the former defensive coordinator for the Penn State Nittany Lions, appeared in court on February 10 to deal with a few pre-trial matters. His attorney, Joe Amendola, requested that the judge allow Sandusky to see his grandchildren, loosen Sandusky’s house arrest restrictions, and deny the prosecution’s motion for a jury comprised of individuals Read More…

Jerry Sandusky, it’s called ‘judgment’

Sure, we know that Jerry Sandusky — possibly the most hated man in America since his November arrest on dozens of child molestation charges — is not known for his judgment. Let’s ignore the whole child molestation stuff, for a moment. Sandusky hired media whore¬†Joe Amendola as his attorney. Bad judgment. He chose to be Read More…

Penn State: Success with Honor? Not likely.

Mike McQueary testified Friday for two hours at the preliminary hearing of athletic director Tim Curley and vice president Gary Schultz. I didn’t think that I could be any more surprised or disgusted than I already have been since the arrest of Jerry Sandusky but, what do you know…I was. After all, this was some Read More…

Hey, Joe Amendola…

…please stop trying to make light of the seriousness of the situation your client, Jerry Sandusky, is in. This is not a game, in spite of your calling it “the game of his life.” Don’t reference the 1986 nailbiter between Penn State and Miami, either. We know that Sandusky was the “dean of Linebacker U.” Read More…

Jerry Sandusky: “The Great Pretender”

Jerry Sandusky, the former defensive coordinator for the Penn State Nittany Lions, once dubbed himself “The Great Pretender.” It grew out of his involvement in a band while participating in summer camps for The Second Mile. Shocker. He wrote about his penchant for “pretending” in his 2000 autobiography, Touched (yeah, I get the irony…I also Read More…