Jerry Sandusky is a lonely man. Because of his unspeakable transgressions two years ago, he will be locked away for the rest of his life (his sentence is 30-60 years, but at 69, he probably won’t be seeing the latter of it) and for good reason. He disgraced one of the greatest universities in the country and ruined the lives of countless young men. Good riddance.
But as you could believe, Jerry is still very much alive and kicking in jail. He’s been kept in solitary confinement for the most part, which has kept him out of danger from belligerent inmates. Understandably, this has given him a lot of time for reflection and even some writing.
A couple of exclusive letters have been recovered from TMZ, which are personal documents from Sandusky. In them, he still claims his innocence and gives a bit of insight of what life is like for him in prison. He says that he has been exercising, writing, meditating and he also mentions that he wants to “grow from this.”
He makes several references to God, indicating that he may be using religion as his final crutch. This is a sick man and prison time like this is the perfect punishment for him. He has the rest of his life to think about the damage he has caused and the lives he has ruined.
Hopefully, they assimilate him into the rest of the prison population so the other inmates can tear that ass up. Read the letters below.
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