Jerry Sandusky's Wife talks, but still wears blinders
Sandusky is the former coach of the Penn State football team, and found of "The Second Mile", a non-profit organization he founded to aid at-risk and underprivileged youth. It was through this program that Sandusky found his victims. Initially, there were 54 counts against Sandusky, established after nearly two years of investigation and interviews of victims.
Now Sandusky's wife of 47 years tells Matt Lauer on the Today show that he is completely innocent of all charges. She says there was no abuse, no victims in her home, and indignantly insists there were no screams. In her version of the events, all of the supposed victims were bandwaggoners who testified because there would be money. Even when she was reminded that it has been established that abusers like Sandusky will "choose" a spouse who will close their eyes to anything inappropriate going on in their lives, Mrs. Sandusky insisted that she was nicknamed Sarge, because she kept everyone in line.
Yes, Mrs. Sandusky, you continue to wear those blinders. Meanwhile, the rest of the world will rejoice that your husband is in prison where he belongs.