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Sandusky, who was an assistant to college football coaching icon Joe Paterno for 46 years, defended himself against sexual abuse allegations for the first time in an on-camera interview with the Times. "These allegations are false, I didn't do those things," Sandusky told the Times.
"I'm not the monster everyone made me out to be. I didn't engage in sexual acts." Sandusky, who also ran a charity for disadvantaged youth called Second Mile, has been charged with molesting eight boys over the course of 15 years. He is scheduled to return to court for a preliminary hearing on Dec. 13.
"Once again, Jerry Sandusky has chosen to provide the national media with an entirely unconvincing denial and a series of bizarre explanations," said Andrew Shubin, a lawyer for one of the alleged victims in the case.
From Penn State to the state pen. You probably wont even need new business cards, Jerry.
Originally posted by GoalPoster
Maybe I'm just stupid or something, but if'n I was the legal counsel or advisor or even a friend of this guy, I think I'd get a big-assed roll of duct tape and start unwinding it around is mouth.
Guilty or not, he really needs to sew up the pie hole. Clearly, jibber-jabbering about the issue isn't doing him or his alleged victims any good.