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(Fox News)   Jerry Sandusky's lawyer says Sandusky regrets not testifying at his trial, is still okay with raping young boys   (foxnews.com) divider line 24
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2012-09-06 06:30:52 AM
Sandusky regrets not testifying at his trial
dumbass says WHAT?
is he mentally retarded?
was he unaware that at any point in time he could have taken the stand?
what PART of a trial was confusing to him?
SERIOUSLY
small children understand these things

fark him
oh wait. that's what's going to happen to him
must be fun knowing that you are about to be treated like those little boys were treated.

my prediction?
jerk kills himself pretty quick after sentencing
 
2012-09-06 07:50:21 AM
When you have ten now grown men lined up and willing to testify to what you did to them when they were kids, I'm not sure your taking the stand is going to make any difference, Tickle Monster.
 
2012-09-06 08:02:04 AM
Just give him the two taps and be done with it.
Get your hands out of my pockets taking money to give him food and shelter.
I don't like hands in my pockets.
I'm going to tell.
 
2012-09-06 08:51:06 AM
And Jerry, we regret we didn't get the chance to see you up on that stand, trying desperately to explain yourself as the prosecution just tore you to shreds.
 
2012-09-06 09:08:55 AM
If you can't even testify in your defense in front of Bob Costas, what makes you think you could have done better in front of a jury?
 
2012-09-06 09:08:58 AM

namatad: small children understand these things


He knows.


But yeah, based on that interview he did when he sort of hedged on whether or not he was in to boys, I don't think the stand was the best place for him.
 
2012-09-06 09:39:44 AM
"Am I attracted to boys, sexually? Ah, um, that's a tough one, mmmm..."

Yeah, you'd surely have walked if you testified. The green mile, that is.
 
2012-09-06 09:47:15 AM
Hey Uncle Touchy,

If there is any justice in this God-forsaken universe, after your multiple life sentences have been handed to you, you will be immediately placed in GenPop, Dhamered to near death, revived by the prison medics, and returned from whence your mostly dead fere-corpse was retrieved to begin the vicious cycle anew, ad nauseum until the end of time. May your home be leveled, your magic puzzle basement filled with concrete, and any evidence of your existence wiped from the face of the earth, you evil, clueless, psychotic piece of rotting bovine excrement.

/Hell is too good for you, jackbag.
 
2012-09-06 09:49:54 AM

Arkanaut: If you can't even testify in your defense in front of Bob Costas, what makes you think you could have done better in front of a jury?


Exactly. Maybe he wanted the death penalty that Penn State avoided.
 
2012-09-06 11:10:44 AM
The culture and the financial incentive that enabled Jerry Sandusky and the subsequent coverup still exists in Centre County. The NCAA needed to shut down Penn State's athletic program; instead, they compromised on justice and protecting children in order to not hurt the financial juggernaut that is Penn State football too much.

This was clearly a matter where there should've been no compromise.
 
2012-09-06 11:27:08 AM

Arkanaut: If you can't even testify in your defense in front of Bob Costas, what makes you think you could have done better in front of a jury?


He could only have hurt himself, but we only see that because we're mostly sane. Predators like Sandusky have two features that would come into play in such a situation: charisma and narcissism. He is and always has been a charismatic, larger-than-life figure; that's how he and his ilk earn the trust of so many families while grooming victims. He could possibly use that to charm a jury. However, his narcissism that has carried him through rationalizing the fact that he's a serial child rapist all these years makes him think that any amount of charisma could salvage his case after the cauldrons of molten lead poured upon him by the explicit, consistent testimony of all those victims.

So he thinks to himself "gosh if they could only have heard it from my point of view." No, Jerry, none of us sane people would ever want to hear that, and no one would certainly be able to process that into leniency.
 
2012-09-06 11:33:54 AM
Thats one way for him to get out of punishment. Penn State would take him back with open arms if he can still coach.
Hell they took back Lasaga with open arms and he isnt even out of prison for raping boys yet.
 
2012-09-06 01:10:28 PM
I, too, regret him not taking the stand. It would undoubtedly have made for nice audio to play during a [INSERT UNARMED COMBAT STYLE OF CHOICE HERE] workout.
 
2012-09-06 01:13:21 PM
If he had gone on the stand in his own defense, the jury would've come back with a guilty verdict in half the time they actually did. He was completely incapible of giving anyone any reason to think he didn't commit those crimes based on what he said in the Costas interview.

It's been said before but TFA proves it: Sandusky hasn't ever been held accountable for his actions until now and he can't handle it.
 
2012-09-06 01:40:51 PM

IntertubeUser: The culture and the financial incentive that enabled Jerry Sandusky and the subsequent coverup still exists in Centre County. The NCAA needed to shut down Penn State's athletic program; instead, they compromised on justice and protecting children in order to not hurt the financial juggernaut that is Penn State football too much.

This was clearly a matter where there should've been no compromise.


Meh, fark those little bastards we have money to make.
 
2012-09-06 02:15:18 PM
Another Jerry Sandusky regret -- he should have gone into the priesthood instead of coaching.
 
2012-09-06 03:31:08 PM
Well, he wasn't convicted of EVERY count, so maybe he wanted to get the full set.
 
2012-09-06 04:37:23 PM

IntertubeUser: The culture and the financial incentive that enabled Jerry Sandusky and the subsequent coverup still exists in Centre County. The NCAA needed to shut down Penn State's athletic program; instead, they compromised on justice and protecting children in order to not hurt the financial juggernaut that is Penn State football too much.

This was clearly a matter where there should've been no compromise.


Couldn't agree more. Unfortunately, the NCAA fumbled the ball, and the criminal culture in Centre County all screamed loudly that they were in fact the victims, not the actual victims.

I'm hoping the civil cases bring some more of this out, but I suspect Sandusky will be a lone scapegoat. All the money trail between Second Mile and PSU is going to go uninvestigated, for example.
 
2012-09-06 04:50:15 PM

IAmRight: Well, he wasn't convicted of EVERY count, so maybe he wanted to get the full set.


So, Sandusky has the same mindset when it comes to Pokemon, young boys, and charges leveled against him... gotta get 'em all?
 
2012-09-06 05:09:23 PM

mikaloyd: Thats one way for him to get out of punishment. Penn State would take him back with open arms if he can still coach.
Hell they took back Lasaga with open arms and he isnt even out of prison for raping boys yet.


Umm...no.
 
2012-09-06 08:11:31 PM

MtLebanonBalogna: mikaloyd: Thats one way for him to get out of punishment. Penn State would take him back with open arms if he can still coach.
Hell they took back Lasaga with open arms and he isnt even out of prison for raping boys yet.

Umm...no.


They totally would. It's not like they'd get a death penalty for it or anything.
 
2012-09-06 10:11:38 PM
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2012-09-06 11:56:31 PM

factoryconnection: Arkanaut: If you can't even testify in your defense in front of Bob Costas, what makes you think you could have done better in front of a jury?

He could only have hurt himself, but we only see that because we're mostly sane. Predators like Sandusky have two features that would come into play in such a situation: charisma and narcissism. He is and always has been a charismatic, larger-than-life figure; that's how he and his ilk earn the trust of so many families while grooming victims. He could possibly use that to charm a jury. However, his narcissism that has carried him through rationalizing the fact that he's a serial child rapist all these years makes him think that any amount of charisma could salvage his case after the cauldrons of molten lead poured upon him by the explicit, consistent testimony of all those victims.

huh... I have you farkied as rational human being, and sometimes im right

So he thinks to himself "gosh if they could only have heard it from my point of view." No, Jerry, none of us sane people would ever want to hear that, and no one would certainly be able to process that into leniency.

 
2012-09-07 12:03:45 AM
I just see Jerry Sandusky's testimony turning in to the most glorious trainwreck ever and his attorney just taking out a bottle at the table and starting to drink.
 
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