Jerry Sandusky is upset about Penn State football sanctions

Sandusky's upset about the Penn State sanctions, something he overlooked while molesting children for decades

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June 22, 2012; Bellefonte, PA USA: Jerry Sandusky leaves the Centre County Courthouse in handcuffs after being found guilty in 45 of 48 counts in his child sex abuse trial.  Mandatory Credit: Mara Ticcino/The Daily Collegian-US PRESSWIREThe sanctions levied against Penn State after the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal are the toughest in NCAA history.

They lost bowl games, over a decade of wins were forfeited, they lost scholarships, and they were fined $60M.

It wasn't the "Death Penalty" that SMU suffered, but it's arguably much worse.

That's upsetting Jerry Sandusky, who had to hear about the sanctions from his jail cell, while waiting for his sentencing hearing in a couple months.

Unfortunately for Sandusky and countless amounts of children that were victims of his abuse, this is something that Sandusky completely overlooked during his years of child molestation.

Via his lawyer, Joe Amendola:
"[Sandusky] said, 'To do what they're doing to Penn State is so unjust.' He loves the program and he loves the university. He continues to believe that the truth will come out at some point, and that he'll get another trial or another opportunity to establish his innocence."

Sandusky probably shouldn't hold his breath on that one. Or maybe he should. But either way, I'm willing to bet that it will get worse for him before it gets better.

His adopted son Matt almost testified against him in his first trial, and there are likely more victims that still haven't come forward.

Sorry, Mr. Sandusky, but I'm not sorry at all. You and Penn State are getting exactly what you deserve. If anything, they've been lenient on you. I'd quit complaining now, before it gets worse for you.
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