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2012-10-09 12:17:07 PM
He won't last ten. Even if he is on protective custody, prison, as a prisoner s a high stress environment, factor in his age now, a body from a life of sports which isn't is the best of health, and the added stresses that he will get from heart attack or stroke.

Let the other prisoners get ahold of him, and it is less than five.
 
2012-10-09 12:18:03 PM
Sorry to ruin the party for all the prison rape fetishists on this thread...

What Jerry Sandusky Can Expect in Prison

"His (Sandusky's) lawyer, Joe Amendola, said he expects Sandusky will be housed with nonviolent offenders at a minimum-security prison..."

"In some ways, Sandusky, who has been held in isolation in a county jail since he was found guilty in June, is not a prime target for assault. Inmates who are young and small in stature are more likely to be sexually victimized; Sandusky is a senior citizen with an imposing frame."
 
2012-10-09 12:18:08 PM

bluorangefyre: Not long enough. There's still a slight chance the farker could get out alive. Why didn't they sentence him to the maximum of 442 years?


Especially since he's shown no freaking remorse or even slight admission of guilt.

Brother_Mouzone: Remember those idiots who celebrated at the white house when Bin Laden was killed? that's how you people wishing rape on Sandusky seem.


Yeah... yeah. I get the whole eye for an eye primal instinct urge, but yeah, we (as an ostensibly intelligent society) need to not sink to that level.
 
2012-10-09 12:19:09 PM

The Muthaship: Yes, as soon as he figured out that it would keep him alive, he became a big fan of buttsex.

/and manboobs


And cocaine.

Brother_Mouzone: Remember those idiots who celebrated at the white house when Bin Laden was killed? that's how you people wishing rape on Sandusky seem.


While rape is terrible I'm not going to feel bad if a child molester is mistreated in prison.
/Great name btw.
 
2012-10-09 12:19:17 PM

Karma Curmudgeon: Great news everybody!

I've invented a machine that makes your hear the intro to the Tool song Prison Sex play over and over in your head as you read this thread.

/ba da badum, bowwwwww


Damn you.
 
2012-10-09 12:19:32 PM

Deathfrogg: TheGreatGazoo: Even if he did get out, the Penn State fans would run him out of town on a rail after tarring and feathering him.

Whattaya talkin about? A lot of folks are still defending the guy, and his Lawyer support fund is still getting enough money coming in, and fat enough to support several appeals, which he is already planning to do.


Umm, citation please. Besides his paid lawyer, his wife and a few sickos from NAMBLA, there isn't a single supporter that I've heard of anywhere at Penn State or State College. And tell us more about this support fund which you seem to know about exclusively. Or did you just want to groundlessly vilify an entire community for fun?

/Oh right. This is fark. Never mind, then, carry on...
 
2012-10-09 12:20:40 PM

hinten: Why have so many people suffered as a result of false allegations? I would cherish the opportunity to become a candle for others, as they have been a light for me.


Men who have been falsely accused (typically fathers in the middle of a custody battle with an evil biatch...thankfully I'm not one) would like to put a shotgun in Jerry's face and pull the trigger...repeatedly.

So no Jerry, you aren't doing them any favors nor are they asking for any.
 
2012-10-09 12:21:59 PM

valkore: Sorry to ruin the party for all the prison rape fetishists on this thread...

What Jerry Sandusky Can Expect in Prison

"His (Sandusky's) lawyer, Joe Amendola, said he expects Sandusky will be housed with nonviolent offenders at a minimum-security prison..."

"In some ways, Sandusky, who has been held in isolation in a county jail since he was found guilty in June, is not a prime target for assault. Inmates who are young and small in stature are more likely to be sexually victimized; Sandusky is a senior citizen with an imposing frame."


THAT IS BS.

Rape is NOT a NON-VIOLENT OFFENSE. Your age does not excuse you, nor does your risk of flight. No. If protection is needed, then protective custody/your own cell it is, like every other damn rapist in the system.

Seriously, reading that pisses me off way more than I expected. 

/actually, fully RTFA it's just an educated guess that that's where he'll end up
//still
 
2012-10-09 12:22:45 PM
Can we still drop him into the melted-down Fukushima nuclear reactor?

I know he's still going to die in prison, but 30-60 years is still nothing when you consider the number of victims. People guilty of sex crimes don't get sentenced nearly as hard as they should.
 
2012-10-09 12:23:20 PM

HAMMERTOE: Once a crime has been committed, "Justice" can never be truly served, because true "Justice" requires returning everything to equilibrium, which is entirely impossible.


Whew, glad your philosophy isn't shared with any modern Western country. Although I'm sure there are quite a few countries run under Sharia law that agree with you.
 
2012-10-09 12:23:22 PM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: "Hurrrm. None of you understand. I'm not locked up in here with you. You're locked up in here with me."


www.choosepp.net
 
2012-10-09 12:23:35 PM

ariseatex: fickenchucker: More like "illegal motion" or "illegal hands to the minor".

Every now and then the old eye-for-an-eye school of punishment seems appropriate. I say chain him to an examination table and let every psychopath in prison have a go at his flabby and depends-wearing balloon knot until the incident-count is equal to what he did to those kids.

With no lube, just for good measure.

Know how I know you've never farked someone's ass before? Without lube, it hurts the top a LOT more than the bottom.




Sorry. Didn't know that.

Then just broomstick the asshole's asshole and give him a daily beating.
 
2012-10-09 12:23:37 PM
msnbcmedia.msn.com

But Graham Spanier isn't going to jail. The man who was in THE key position to put a stop to all this and didn't has just walked away from the scandal, after the flimsiest bit of plausible deniability. And nobody is even talking about him anymore. He's picked up an executive position with a firm that does "consulting" work for the Department of Homeland Security, a government make-work program. That, and the slap on the wrist to the Penn State football program, makes one think that there is a whole lot more to the scandal than just Sandusky
 
2012-10-09 12:24:47 PM
As a child psychologist whose worked some heinous cases, I think the real sadness is not for Sandusky, or his victims, but the victims of his victims. Kids that haven't even been born yet are already standing in line to have one of Sandusky's targets take their psychological scars out on them. I'm not saying that every victim of molestation goes on to molest, but I'd bet heavily that upwards of 90% of them do. The victim becomes the perpatrator, on and on, paving the road to hell with the broken hearts of mothers and fathers.

Sandusky has ruined generations. He's responsible for thousands of future crimes. I don't know what punishment pays that bill, but it surely isn't 30 years on a minimum security cuddle farm.
 
2012-10-09 12:25:11 PM

HAMMERTOE: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Just because a victim can never be returned to their pre-crime status doesn't mean that the criminal should be tossed into the coliseum for our entertainment.

I'd like to hear you justify this assertion. Here's my justification for mine:

When a murderer has devalued an innocent life to the point of assuming that life is theirs to take, the closest we can come to "justice" is to also devalue the murderer's life. This is the whole reasoning behind the justice system. Why else would the preferred form of punishment for lesser crimes be the revocation of the constitutional right of Liberty? Protection of society? This is your rationalization to exposing pot smokers to serial murderers and rapists by common incarceration?


In devaluing the life of the murderer to the extent that we decide whether or not he lives or dies, or take pleasure from his punishment, we create a culture in which such devaluation and debasement is acceptable, provided we - as in civil society - are the ones determining who deserves to be debased and devalued. I see it as a perpetuation of the culture in which we're utterly shocked every time something horrific happens, but then beat our chests and scream for equally horrific things to happen to the perpetrator, which shouldn't be the basis for any stable rule of law. Pick up the pieces, get offenders the help they need, and otherwise keep them away from the rest of us.
 
2012-10-09 12:26:15 PM
The sad part is that his lawyers are already appealling his sentence, as if, somehow, there was a miscarriage of justice in the 45 counts of sex abuse related crimes he committed over a decade and a half.

The truly sad part is that the other three assholes that aided him aren't sitting in prison with him - and that one of them died before he could be tried.
 
2012-10-09 12:26:35 PM
i like that sandusky believes his victims went to the media for prestige.
you know, like victim #14, how could we forget his name?
 
2012-10-09 12:27:17 PM
I'd like to see somebody get him to explain how he isn't guilty of a single count of molestation.

He had 52 counts against him by 10 different victims.

So the whole thing was a giant conspiracy against poor you Jerry and Penn State as part of an elaborate 20 year plan to milk $$ out of a lawsuit, is that what you're claiming Jerry?

What's going on in his mind that he thinks he can get people to believe him?
 
2012-10-09 12:27:22 PM
Is this the thread where we show how much we detest rape, rapists and child rape by writing out elaborate rape scenarios?
 
2012-10-09 12:28:21 PM

SageC: Great job, Justice Department...


The Justice Department had nothing to do with the Sandusky case. The State of Pennsylvania had sole jurisdiction.
 
2012-10-09 12:28:59 PM

Mr. Toadcheese: SO YOU'RE CELEBRATING THE ANTICIPATED PRISON RAPE OF A NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL

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PLEASE, ENLIGHTEN ME AS TO HOW RAPISTS ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM


It's part of the Poetic Justice system - duh!
 
2012-10-09 12:29:06 PM

tonguedepressor: I'd like to see somebody get him to explain how he isn't guilty of a single count of molestation.


A lot of child molesters find all kinds of pretzel logic ways to justify what they did.
 
2012-10-09 12:29:25 PM

Great Janitor: He won't last ten. Even if he is on protective custody, prison, as a prisoner s a high stress environment, factor in his age now, a body from a life of sports which isn't is the best of health, and the added stresses that he will get from heart attack or stroke.

Let the other prisoners get ahold of him, and it is less than five.


So long as he has himself convinced that he is a victim, and he is kept in isolation, and kept relatively comfortable, he'll live out a normal life span.

Where he could run into trouble is if he needs medical treatment for things that do not require he be sent outside the prison. He's much more likely to encounter fellow prisoners there and they will instantly recognize him, so he wouldn't be able to bluff his way out of any situations that might come up.

As a rule, prisoners convicted of sex related crimes are well protected these days. Prison systems hate lawsuits and wrongful death lawsuits in particular.
 
2012-10-09 12:29:27 PM

valkore: Whew, glad your philosophy isn't shared with any modern Western country. Although I'm sure there are quite a few countries run under Sharia law that agree with you.


You did your level best to sound like a relieved perpetrator. Are you? Are you even considering?
 
2012-10-09 12:29:35 PM

silvervial: The My Little Pony Killer: silvervial: Richard Spec got regularly rogered (it's on tape even)

His was consensual.

Well, yeah it was, but I was pointing out that Spec was one of the ugliest MF'ers I've ever seen and he still found partners somehow.


Oh, I thought that it was another prison rape comment. My bad.
 
2012-10-09 12:30:48 PM
60 year sentence, with a minimum of 30 years before he sees a parole board. He's the owner of a mind-boggling criminal past and a mental cross-wire that cannot possibly be undone at his age now. In 30 years, he won't admit that he was guilty and sorry and even if he does, Victim #1 is all of 19 or so now... he'll be right there to address the board about it.

Nobody is going to forget Sandusky's crimes, least of all people in PA and certainly not the victims of his crimes that will have an opportunity to see him die in prison. Flush the "30 years" number from your mind.

Now, will he live through prison? He is a very famous, serial child rapist. I don't give him better than 50/50 odds of making it 5 years.
 
2012-10-09 12:31:48 PM

varmitydog: [msnbcmedia.msn.com image 600x429]

But Graham Spanier isn't going to jail. The man who was in THE key position to put a stop to all this and didn't has just walked away from the scandal, after the flimsiest bit of plausible deniability. And nobody is even talking about him anymore. He's picked up an executive position with a firm that does "consulting" work for the Department of Homeland Security, a government make-work program. That, and the slap on the wrist to the Penn State football program, makes one think that there is a whole lot more to the scandal than just Sandusky


Which is why the entire program should have been shut down.
 
2012-10-09 12:32:13 PM

kiteless: Works out to 8 months per count on the low end. You can get more time for having a bag of weed. How much time would you want him to have, regardless of his age, if he raped your 10 year old?


zero time.
farker would be dead and I would be asking for a trial by jury.
 
2012-10-09 12:32:25 PM

BSABSVR: Is this the thread where we show how much we detest rape, rapists and child rape by writing out elaborate rape scenarios?


I don't think The Phantom Menace script will fit in a Fark box...
 
2012-10-09 12:32:49 PM

Hillbilly Jim: Deathfrogg: TheGreatGazoo: Even if he did get out, the Penn State fans would run him out of town on a rail after tarring and feathering him.

Whattaya talkin about? A lot of folks are still defending the guy, and his Lawyer support fund is still getting enough money coming in, and fat enough to support several appeals, which he is already planning to do.

Who is defending Sandusky? Seriously I haven't seen or heard anyone do it and I live in Central PA.


Then you haven't met my family.

My cousin, a PSU student who wants to be a lawyer, is in complete support of Sandusky and never misses a chance to wish death on his accusers.

/and she's the sanest one of the bunch
 
2012-10-09 12:34:19 PM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Pick up the pieces, get offenders the help they need, and otherwise keep them away from the rest of us.


Or, More economically.
Shoot them dead and make an example of them.
Rape a child? Die.
Simple.
Cover up for a child rapist? Die.
Easy peasey.
Es La Ley.

Stop making me pay taxes to support them when I can't afford my own food shelter and medicine in my old age. Fark those scumbags.
Bullets are cheap. retirement is not.
 
2012-10-09 12:34:42 PM
My guess:

He will spend 3 - 4 years in a minimum security prison whining about his innocence, looking for any opportunity to speak with the media (attention whore), then suddenly have a medical episode which will prompt lawyers to ask for his release for medical treatment. He will be released for just the duration of the treatment, but it will be just bad enough for Sandusky to need to remain at home while dying. His "death" will take several years. If, during that time, someone wises up to the deception, Sandusky will acquire some drugs to set off a heart attack and will die at home.


/or something like that
 
2012-10-09 12:36:50 PM
damn I hope he is guilty
 
2012-10-09 12:39:16 PM

I can't believe all you Homophobic rednecks! Poor Coach Sandusky was just trying to help those little boys get in touch with alternate methods of natural love! It's not like he actually hurt them!

Or some sick shiat like that. Isn't that the standard Gay and Les response? Oh, that's right. They are all MIA on this one...

 
2012-10-09 12:44:26 PM

orclover: Ever read what happend to Dahlmer? 15 minutes in a weight room with a bunch of angry father lifers while the guards are one locked door away, watching.


Not what happened to Dahmer. He was beaten to death by a single fellow inmate on a housekeeping work-detail. Inmate who did it was schizophrenic, told guards afterward that God told him to do it.


Perhaps the Sandusky can have conjugal visits with the Van Der Sloot?
 
2012-10-09 12:44:31 PM
Not 69 years?

/I'm the first?
 
2012-10-09 12:44:47 PM

HAMMERTOE: valkore: Whew, glad your philosophy isn't shared with any modern Western country. Although I'm sure there are quite a few countries run under Sharia law that agree with you.

You did your level best to sound like a relieved perpetrator. Are you? Are you even considering?


Sorry, can't let this one slip past...

So then a 20 year guy who has consensual sex with a 15 year old gal whom he thought was 18 (but didn't ask for ID...and thinking someone was of age isn't a defense, btw) should be raped to death in prison because all sex offenders must die..that's the vibe I'm getting from you. Actually Sharia law would be more just in that case.

Not all people labeled a sex offender are the same. No I'm not one of them...sad I feel like I have to point that out. It's like talking about Communism in the 50s and having to preface everything you say with "I'm not a Commie, but didn't Marx say something about religion?"
 
2012-10-09 12:45:03 PM
I am not sure why anyone is surprised by this happening in a homoerotic sport. Jerry was just living out what you all fantasize about while watching sweaty men play with a rubber ball.
 
2012-10-09 12:45:19 PM
The official football term is "split end"
 
2012-10-09 12:46:17 PM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Pick up the pieces, get offenders the help they need, and otherwise keep them away from the rest of us.


"Pick up the pieces"... And do what with them exactly? Put them back together, so you can plainly see the glaring hole where a loved one used to be? Sometimes the pieces don't go back together, if they've been shattered well enough. This phrase is exactly one of those meaningless, sanitized phrases that only serve to expose your disconnect with the import of the situation.

As for "getting the offenders the help they need", for somebody who can be helped, sure. But serial rapists, cold-blooded murderers and serial child abusers are beyond help. They commit the acts, commit other acts in furtherance of their acts, and plan future acts. It's not a "crime of passion", it's cold-blooded and predatory. Once a tiger gets a taste for human blood, the only way to assure protection of the human population is to put it down.

I am all for "keeping them away from the rest of us" at the same time, I don't believe they're automatically entitled to my continued support for keeping them housed in relative comfort. Like my friend vudu said: "Bullets are cheap."
 
2012-10-09 12:46:40 PM

vudukungfu: Stop making me pay taxes to support them when I can't afford my own food shelter and medicine in my old age. Fark those scumbags.
Bullets are cheap.




Bullets are cheap but the cost of the appeals process for a death sentence is off the charts. As loathsome as the prospect of this POS waking up each morning is, it's cheaper to keep him locked away until he's called home to the Lord.
 
2012-10-09 12:46:44 PM
If he was hot this wouldn't have been a problem.
 
2012-10-09 12:46:48 PM
I thought he was already in prison.

/Serves him right, though.
 
2012-10-09 12:46:50 PM

BSABSVR: tonguedepressor: I'd like to see somebody get him to explain how he isn't guilty of a single count of molestation.

A lot of child molesters find all kinds of pretzel logic ways to justify what they did.


I can see how they'd want to justify it in their own mind but is it a "I treated those kids good if I wanted to penetrate them a few times ,hey, they were still better off than before I met 'em" type of logic or is it a complete and total denial " I never put my penis anywhere near any of those boys, they are all lying."

Or is it something else? I really wish I knew what made him tick.
 
2012-10-09 12:47:08 PM

WeenerGord: For giving out blowjobs to boys.

And yet, the Austrian scumbag who imprisoned his daughter in a dungeon and raped her for some 30 years usually gets a "proud Australian hero" from you farkers.


Nope, under the assumption that the details of your statement are accurate, he should disappear in a cold dark place for a number that significantly exceeds his natural life span as well.
 
2012-10-09 12:47:49 PM

Marshal805: I thought he was already in prison.

/Serves him right, though.


He was but now he's in Prison prison.
 
2012-10-09 12:49:34 PM

tonguedepressor: I'd like to see somebody get him to explain how he isn't guilty of a single count of molestation.

He had 52 counts against him by 10 different victims.

So the whole thing was a giant conspiracy against poor you Jerry and Penn State as part of an elaborate 20 year plan to milk $$ out of a lawsuit, is that what you're claiming Jerry?

What's going on in his mind that he thinks he can get people to believe him?


He has to say he is innocent otherwise they will throw his appeal out. He can't show remorse or guilt for a lessor sentence either. He's in a catch 22 and deserves everything he gets in prison for what he has done.
 
2012-10-09 12:50:23 PM

cryinoutloud: fireclown: FuturePastNow: He won't serve 30 years. He'll be dead in five. Child molesters don't last very long in prison. That's just the way it is. 
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I had an ex-cop who worked in prisons tell me that child molesters, and others too, were raped so badly in prison that their guts came out. But he was a real piece of shiat himself, so I took it with a very large grain of salt.


Rape is wrong no matter who does the raping. Child molesters are open season because the temperament most of them have. They are easy victims by the rest of the population. If you are truly a farked up evil mother farker kind of child molester where you'll slit people's throat and rip their balls off with your bear hands you won't get on the rape train after the first few attempts. There was a huge paper about prison rape I read years ago. I can't find it online. I'm sure someone else read it.
 
2012-10-09 12:53:58 PM

hdhale: So then a 20 year guy who has consensual sex with a 15 year old gal whom he thought was 18 (but didn't ask for ID...and thinking someone was of age isn't a defense, btw) should be raped to death in prison because all sex offenders must die..that's the vibe I'm getting from you. Actually Sharia law would be more just in that case.


Depends on the state.
 
2012-10-09 12:55:53 PM

hdhale: So then a 20 year guy who has consensual sex with a 15 year old gal whom he thought was 18 (but didn't ask for ID...and thinking someone was of age isn't a defense, btw) should be raped to death in prison because all sex offenders must die..that's the vibe I'm getting from you. Actually Sharia law would be more just in that case.


In fact, I happen to be closer to this than you might imagine. My oldest son did 5 years hard time for this very offense, right down to the ages. I've lost many a night's sleep because I was so angry with him. I did not even bail him out of jail before his trial. Fortunately for him, the system didn't incarcerate him with the more hardened element. No, he was not equal to an adult predator who makes a practice of having sex with children. But he needed a lesson. And he got one. I don't know if it's the same everywhere, but he was put with the people who were doing time for pot offenses and the like.

I didn't say "all sex offenders must die." But the predators need to be dealt with. The serial rapists as well. I am a proponent of the Death Penalty in cases where guilt is plain and the murder is carried out with cold calculation, or aggravated with sexual assault and/ or torture.

As for Sharia Law, just because some parts of it are ridiculous and arcane, that doesn't make all of it invalid.
 
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