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(Sports Illustrated)   Dottie Sandusky took the stand to defend her husband and gave us the understatement of the century. "I'm strict, and I like for things to run a certain way, and we expect a lot of our kids." (w/palpatineesque pic)   (sportsillustrated.cnn.com) divider line 225
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2012-06-20 09:33:01 AM
Her husband wrote in his 2001 autobiography "Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story"

There are no words.
 
2012-06-20 10:02:27 AM
*shudder*
Shes obviously evil. No kind person would wear that awful lime green sweater where others would have to see it.
 
2012-06-20 10:12:05 AM
Her testimony was straight up creepy. When asked if she and her husband slept in the same bed, all she responded with was that he usually went to sleep before she did. That's it. I hope he takes the stand today. It'll be a freakshow.
 
2012-06-20 10:25:30 AM

quickdraw: *shudder*
Shes obviously evil. No kind person would wear that awful lime green sweater where others would have to see it.


Wearing lime green with black really does cast doubts about one's soul.

Doctor Funkenstein: Her testimony was straight up creepy. When asked if she and her husband slept in the same bed, all she responded with was that he usually went to sleep before she did. That's it. I hope he takes the stand today. It'll be a freakshow.


She's going to say whatever she needs to to cover both their asses. She knew something was up. She is a classic enabler.
 
2012-06-20 10:31:57 AM

Troublesome Strumpet: Her husband wrote in his 2001 autobiography "Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story"

There are no words.


At 225 pages, it's a hell of a "how-to" book.
 
2012-06-20 10:42:35 AM
I'm just going to hold my comments and let the jury figure it out.

After the fiasco involving the McMartin Preschool in California, it can be challenging to develop an opinion on such a sensitive issue with some much press coverage involved. However, the victims here are not preschool kids, but teens who are testifying about incidents that only occurred some years ago.
 
2012-06-20 12:14:15 PM
She should probably go to prison alongside him. She's clearling covering for him, and herself.

Thank god for double standards, amirite women?!?
 
2012-06-20 12:15:00 PM
She's either as evil and farked up as he is, or in so much Denial she no longer acknowledges reality.
 
2012-06-20 12:17:48 PM

quickdraw: *shudder*
Shes obviously evil. No kind person would wear that awful lime green sweater where others would have to see it.


costumefail.com
 
2012-06-20 12:19:35 PM
So could he be in prison by the end of the month?

Fingers crossed.
 
2012-06-20 12:20:47 PM
Their bank accounts should be frozen.
 
2012-06-20 12:22:43 PM
"None of this stuff that happens to kids ever happens in the public arena..." said Dr. Martin Finkel, a pediatrician with 30 years of experience treating abused children.

Jerry Sandusky, 68, is charged with 51 counts of abuse involving 10 accusers. Prosecutors say he met his victims through the charity he and his wife founded, groomed them, and sexually abused them in motels, in his home and in the Penn State football building.


Nothing more private than then football building of a public university.
 
2012-06-20 12:22:52 PM
There is no reason to have anything to do with the NCAA and especially college football as long as Penn State eludes the death penalty.
 
2012-06-20 12:23:03 PM
Not a lot of talk about the two officers who lied under oath about if they prepped accusers about what other accusers were saying about Sandusky.

I'm these officers and the prosecutor who knowingly put them on the stand will face perjury charges.
 
2012-06-20 12:23:35 PM
Reminds me of that wife who killed a minivan full of family, kids and friends by driving after a bunch of shots and some marijuana at 9 am. Then everyone who new her was like NO WAY, IMPOSSIBLE, NOT HER, WE'VE NEVER SEEN HER TAKE DRUGS OR DRINK!
 
2012-06-20 12:24:16 PM

MugzyBrown: I'm these officers and the prosecutor who knowingly put them on the stand will face perjury charges.


You accidentally them?
 
2012-06-20 12:26:07 PM

skrame: Nothing more private than then football building of a public university.


He apparently only did it there late at night when he expected no one else to be there. IIRC, McQueary went in because he couldn't sleep.
 
2012-06-20 12:26:38 PM

PowerSlacker: MugzyBrown: I'm these officers and the prosecutor who knowingly put them on the stand will face perjury charges.

You accidentally them?


No, he's actually all of the officers.
 
2012-06-20 12:27:59 PM
i2.cdn.turner.com

"I'm a-fillin' my Depends!"
 
2012-06-20 12:29:05 PM

MugzyBrown: Not a lot of talk about the two officers who lied under oath about if they prepped accusers about what other accusers were saying about Sandusky.

I'm these officers and the prosecutor who knowingly put them on the stand will face perjury charges.


There is something that's bugged me for some time that really crystalized during McQueary's testimony. He said that he heard skin on skin slapping from a room away. That means that it must have been awfully quiet in that shower during an anal rape. No grunting and certainly no screaming. Now let's talk about penis size for a moment. Are you going to tell me that he is so under endowed that he could rape a ten year old boy and that boy would be quiet enough to hear the skin slapping from a room away? Just look at Sandusky. He's a big guy. He's got big hands. He's got a huge nose. Not only do I think that he's not under endowed (and I'm not trying to be gay about this), but I think he's hung like a frickin' steed. Not only would there be a lot of noise from any ten year old boy, but I'd bet there would be screams of pain. Yet nothing. I would also venture that there would be tissue damage and permanent scarring.

These accuser have made, short of murder, the most serious of accusations and should be held to the highest standard of proof. Any of the accusers who have maintained anal rape should put themselves up for an examination for scar tissue. Not only is a man's life at stake, but these accusations have unjustly tarnished one of the most noble institutions in all of athletics and arguably the legacy of the greatest man in all of athletics. There should be a very high standard of proof.


ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.
 
2012-06-20 12:29:56 PM

AirForceVet: After the fiasco involving the McMartin Preschool in California,


Reminds me of the one in Wenatchee Washington. Forty-three adults were arrested on 29,726 charges of child sex abuse, involving 60 children in 1995. Every single charge disproven and overturned. Unfortunately after many had already been incarcerated for years and lost their children. I don't think the sandusky trial will turn out like that. But it is why I try to reserve judgement until after the trial. People get flat out crazy about this shiat. Understandably of course, but still.
 
2012-06-20 12:30:47 PM
I am still looking for a good guy in this story. I am beginning to think there are none.
 
2012-06-20 12:34:24 PM
ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.

I'm not making anything up.. officers were on tape coaching up one of the witnesses.. They testified they never did such a thing.
 
2012-06-20 12:34:39 PM
I went to school with three of the Sandusky kids and went to the same church as the Sandusky family.

/NOT getting a kick out of, well, any of this
 
2012-06-20 12:35:27 PM

skrame: "None of this stuff that happens to kids ever happens in the public arena..." said Dr. Martin Finkel, a pediatrician with 30 years of experience treating abused children.

Jerry Sandusky, 68, is charged with 51 counts of abuse involving 10 accusers. Prosecutors say he met his victims through the charity he and his wife founded, groomed them, and sexually abused them in motels, in his home and in the Penn State football building.


Nothing more private than then football building of a public university.


Locker rooms. Penn State football locker rooms. Where the expectation of privacy is assumed. He wasn't raping the boys out on the 50 yard line.
 
2012-06-20 12:36:09 PM

Gunny Highway: I am still looking for a good guy in this story. I am beginning to think there are none.


Kinda makes it seem like institutionalized child rape on the part of penn state...but this isn't about paying players so the ncaa doesn't care.
 
2012-06-20 12:38:39 PM

verbaltoxin: skrame: "None of this stuff that happens to kids ever happens in the public arena..." said Dr. Martin Finkel, a pediatrician with 30 years of experience treating abused children.

Jerry Sandusky, 68, is charged with 51 counts of abuse involving 10 accusers. Prosecutors say he met his victims through the charity he and his wife founded, groomed them, and sexually abused them in motels, in his home and in the Penn State football building.


Nothing more private than then football building of a public university.

Locker rooms. Penn State football locker rooms. Where the expectation of privacy is assumed. He wasn't raping the boys out on the 50 yard line.


...that we know of.
 
2012-06-20 12:40:32 PM

BKITU: [i2.cdn.turner.com image 298x404]

"I'm a-fillin' my Depends!"


Why would he go around farking boys when he had that hot babe at home?
 
2012-06-20 12:42:07 PM

MugzyBrown: ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.

I'm not making anything up.. officers were on tape coaching up one of the witnesses.. They testified they never did such a thing.


Link, please.
 
2012-06-20 12:42:53 PM

MugzyBrown: ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.

I'm not making anything up.. officers were on tape coaching up one of the witnesses.. They testified they never did such a thing.


Earlier, defense attorneys closely questioned two Pennsylvania State Police investigators about whether they coached some of the alleged victims to provide damaging details about Sandusky's behavior with them.

One of the troopers, Cpl. Joseph Leiter, now retired, acknowledged to Sandusky defense lawyer Joe Amendola that he told some of the alleged victims that they "wouldn't be alone" if they came forward because "there were others." He also said he told one witness in an April 21, 2011, interview that investigators had interviewed as many as nine other alleged victims.

"I don't want you to feel ashamed about what happened," Leiter told the alleged victim according to a recording of the meeting played in court. "I don't want him (Sandusky) to take advantage of you ... We need you to tell us as graphically as you can about what happened to you. Remember, you are not alone."

Asked by prosecutor Joe McGettigan whether the officer ever told witnesses what to say, Leiter turned to the jury and said, "No."

But Amendola later read Leiter portions of the interview transcript in which the investigator told the victim others had reported abuse that progressed to oral sex and rape.

Also on the transcript was a conversation between a lawyer for an alleged victim and Leiter discussing how to get the witness to open up about what had happened to him. At one point, while his client is out of the room, attorney Ben Andreozzi asked Leiter: "Can we say at some point in time we have interviewed other kids?"
 
2012-06-20 12:43:45 PM

Gunny Highway: I am still looking for a good guy in this story. I am beginning to think there are none.


I would say the good guys are the victims who have testified. Who knows how many others this guy hurt, but there are those who have put themselves on the record about horrible incidents in order to get this guy thrown in jail. It's just pathetic that the good guys in the story were abused teenagers and not the adults who could've stood up at any point to protect them from any further harm.
 
2012-06-20 12:44:39 PM
When will they finally leave this poor man alone?

/I know
//0-10
 
2012-06-20 12:45:52 PM
I had a Mexican dinner last night that should have been called the "Jerry Sandusky". It made my ass hurt and I had to throw out my underwear.
 
2012-06-20 12:46:18 PM

justtray: MugzyBrown: ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.

I'm not making anything up.. officers were on tape coaching up one of the witnesses.. They testified they never did such a thing.

Earlier, defense attorneys closely questioned two Pennsylvania State Police investigators about whether they coached some of the alleged victims to provide damaging details about Sandusky's behavior with them.

One of the troopers, Cpl. Joseph Leiter, now retired, acknowledged to Sandusky defense lawyer Joe Amendola that he told some of the alleged victims that they "wouldn't be alone" if they came forward because "there were others." He also said he told one witness in an April 21, 2011, interview that investigators had interviewed as many as nine other alleged victims.

"I don't want you to feel ashamed about what happened," Leiter told the alleged victim according to a recording of the meeting played in court. "I don't want him (Sandusky) to take advantage of you ... We need you to tell us as graphically as you can about what happened to you. Remember, you are not alone."

Asked by prosecutor Joe McGettigan whether the officer ever told witnesses what to say, Leiter turned to the jury and said, "No."

But Amendola later read Leiter portions of the interview transcript in which the investigator told the victim others had reported abuse that progressed to oral sex and rape.

Also on the transcript was a conversation between a lawyer for an alleged victim and Leiter discussing how to get the witness to open up about what had happened to him. At one point, while his client is out of the room, attorney Ben Andreozzi asked Leiter: "Can we say at some point in time we have interviewed other kids?"


Are you trying to tell me that the cop lied to the kid just to get him to talk? I am flabbergasted.

Also, very underwhelmed
 
2012-06-20 12:46:31 PM
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2012-06-20 12:47:27 PM

killershark: Gunny Highway: I am still looking for a good guy in this story. I am beginning to think there are none.

I would say the good guys are the victims who have testified. Who knows how many others this guy hurt, but there are those who have put themselves on the record about horrible incidents in order to get this guy thrown in jail. It's just pathetic that the good guys in the story were abused teenagers and not the adults who could've stood up at any point to protect them from any further harm.


Well said.
 
2012-06-20 12:50:50 PM

JohnBigBootay: Reminds me of the one in Wenatchee Washington. Forty-three adults were arrested on 29,726 charges of child sex abuse, involving 60 children in 1995. Every single charge disproven and overturned. Unfortunately after many had already been incarcerated for years and lost their children. I don't think the sandusky trial will turn out like that. But it is why I try to reserve judgement until after the trial. People get flat out crazy about this shiat. Understandably of course, but still.


But why would McClearly lie? What does he have to gain by destroying Penn State football? In this case it's not just the kids testifying.
 
2012-06-20 12:51:45 PM

you have pee hands: McClearly lie


That's one hell of a typo, there.
 
2012-06-20 12:53:05 PM

KingKauff: Are you trying to tell me that the cop lied to the kid just to get him to talk? I am flabbergasted.


I don't even see that much. He asked the kids to tell him what happened and not to sugar coat it. He didn't tell them what to say.
 
2012-06-20 12:53:20 PM

The Muthaship: MugzyBrown: ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.

I'm not making anything up.. officers were on tape coaching up one of the witnesses.. They testified they never did such a thing.

Link, please.


Link

Yahoo reported it yesterday. A few redlinks went up here
 
2012-06-20 12:59:12 PM

KingKauff: Are you trying to tell me that the cop lied to the kid just to get him to talk? I am flabbergasted.

Also, very underwhelmed


It kinda damages credibility when you tell a witness what to have witnessed.

Especially when you lie about it under oath
 
2012-06-20 12:59:56 PM

The Muthaship: KingKauff: Are you trying to tell me that the cop lied to the kid just to get him to talk? I am flabbergasted.

I don't even see that much. He asked the kids to tell him what happened and not to sugar coat it. He didn't tell them what to say.


This is what I was getting at. I don't see anything inproper at all in there. I was just posting the facts, since Mugzy wasn't going to, and instead wanted to frame the argument in a dishonest way.
 
2012-06-20 01:00:34 PM
Saw this early this morning, and immediately thought:

thehiberniatimes.com

/Palpatine works too
 
2012-06-20 01:01:05 PM

MugzyBrown: It kinda damages credibility when you tell a witness what to have witnessed.

Especially when you lie about it under oath


Just for the sake of clarity, do you think Sandusky is being framed here? Do you think he's innocent?
 
2012-06-20 01:02:42 PM
Just for the sake of clarity, do you think Sandusky is being framed here? Do you think he's innocent?

He's probably guilty, but if I was on the jury now I'd be leaning towards acquital because I believe any misconduct by the gov't in prosecution should lead to an acquital.
 
2012-06-20 01:03:45 PM
The defense rests. Closing arguments begin tomorrow.
 
2012-06-20 01:04:36 PM

MugzyBrown: I believe any misconduct by the gov't in prosecution should lead to an acquital.


Really? That's a novel approach to the justice system.

You think what the police did was misconduct in the interviews, or you think their lying about it on the stand was the bigger problem?
 
2012-06-20 01:07:37 PM

MugzyBrown: Just for the sake of clarity, do you think Sandusky is being framed here? Do you think he's innocent?

He's probably guilty, but if I was on the jury now I'd be leaning towards acquital because I believe any misconduct by the gov't in prosecution should lead to an acquital.


Ffs, that is not misconduct. Adjust your tinfoil hat. The cop was trying to be there for a young man who was raped.
 
2012-06-20 01:09:03 PM

Owangotang: MugzyBrown: Just for the sake of clarity, do you think Sandusky is being framed here? Do you think he's innocent?

He's probably guilty, but if I was on the jury now I'd be leaning towards acquital because I believe any misconduct by the gov't in prosecution should lead to an acquital.

Ffs, that is not misconduct. Adjust your tinfoil hat. The cop was trying to be there for a young man who was raped.


This.

I'm not sure anywhere in what I posted that shows ANY type of misconduct. The prosecutor even read the transcript. Please point out 1) Where exactly there was misconduct prior to the case and 2) Who, and what specifically was lied about under oath.
 
2012-06-20 01:09:42 PM

MugzyBrown: ftfy. if you're going to go. go all out.

I'm not making anything up.. officers were on tape coaching up one of the witnesses.. They testified they never did such a thing.


Amendola seems intent on proving that the police are somehow willingly being duped by a cabal of young men looking to get rich. He has no answer for McQueary's testimony, no answer for those creepy letters, no answers for the statements made to the mother of one of the victims back in 1998.

That said, it just takes one Penn St die hard fan to make this a mistrial.
 
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