Exactly What Can We Expect From Jerry Sandusky’s Tell-All Book?

Here’s what the book Jerry Sandusky is writing in prison is going to look like…

Cheap font on the front cover. Picture of Jerry looking just happy enough for us to know the timeline. After 1990, when we assume he first started ruining the future’s of young boys, and before his arrest in 2011.

The body will reveal little. Page one: “I like football.” Page two: “I did nothing wrong.” Page three: “I swear I did nothing wrong.” Page four: “In 1998, when I was first investigated for child abuse, I did nothing.” Page five: “I also did nothing wrong after 1998.” Pages 6-200: “There are a lot of misconceptions about me.”

All we can hope for is a title less horrifying than Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story.

Sandusky’s Gut-Wrenching Nickname, Ronald Scheffler’s Equally F-cked Mistake

A 6th victim in the Jerry Sandusky‘s trial testified on Thursday that in 1998 (when he was 11) the former Penn State coach called himself the “tickle monster” as he came towards him in a naked embrace.

68-year-old Sandusky is being charged with 52 counts of abuse over a span of 15 years, with a total of 10 victims.

Victim 6’s case is unique because it was the first investigation into Sandusky as a child molester, all of 14 years ago.

Scheffler never followed up after Sandusky admitted to showering with many children, though he did indicate to the district attorney at the time that they might have enough of a case to file charges.  Continue reading “Sandusky’s Gut-Wrenching Nickname, Ronald Scheffler’s Equally F-cked Mistake”