I dont fantasize about him getting raped, thats probably just what he wants. I want him shanked in the shower room where he commited his crimes, and I want him to bleed out slowly on the floor as cons walk by like nothing happened.
So I read now his lawyers are appealing, saying they tried to step down because the case was being rushed to trial But I also see that more accusers are coming forward. If more accusers come forward, making more allegations, he cant be judged more guilty...can the scumbag-ometer go any higher?
I changed my mind. I want him to live a long and ugly life behind bars. Staying completely sane and knowledgeable of his horrible worthlessness as a "human being" until one day he catches a flesh eating infection that cannot be abated destroys him slowly and painfully because all the pain killers in the jail are missing.
An inmate who identified himself only as "Josh" told The Daily that the last time Sandusky was in jail, he and other prisoners serenaded the former assistant coach with a famous like from Pink Floyd's "The Wall."
"At night, we were singing 'Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone,' " Josh said.
"It wasn't even on our radar. We never thought about the connection with the other Sandusky," Jill Bauer, public relations coordinator for the Lake Erie Shores & Islands said in a telephone interview on Friday.
A story on Page A1 in Monday's Mirror reported some Penn State officials expressed concerns about the lyrics in the song "Sweet Caroline," following the Jerry Sandusky scandal. According to Greg Myford, PSU associate athletic director for business relations and communications, no song changes to the Beaver Stadium playlist this year have been made based on lyrics. Myford said "Sweet Caroline" has been brought up at other times in recent years because it is played in many other collegiate and professional venues and "has no real origination at Penn State." While wholesale changes to what happens on game day are not in store, Myford said some "updating" will occur, and "'Sweet Caroline' was one of the songs we decided to switch out." Myford added, "That happens each year for both recorded music and the Blue Band."