Sandusky Expected to Speak at Hearing
Jerry Sandusky has been working on a statement that he plans to read before his sentencing hearing tomorrow. This, according to his attorney, Joe Amendola.
Back in June, jurors determined that Sandusky used his access to university facilities and a foundation he founded for under-privileged youth to sexually abuse ten boys over a 15-year period. He faces life in prison.
The statement is expected to be a reassertion of his proclaimed innocence, according to co-counsel Karl Rominger. He has been advised against speaking freely.
“Contrition without admission is always my advice,” Rominger said.
At least of three of Sandusky’s victims are expected to be in attendance on Tuesday, according to their attorneys. Two of them plan to address the former coach directly, while the third is expected to have a statement read by prosecutors.
Tags: College Football, Gary Schultz, Graham Spanier, Jerry Sandusky, Joe Amendola, Joe Paterno, Karl Rominger, Louis Freeh, Paterno, Penn State, Sandusky, Sandusky Sentence, Sandusky Sentencing, Sandusky StatementYou can comment below, or link to this permanent URL from your own site.