Jerry Sandusky is up in arms over one academic authority with outsized power exerting what he sees as an “unjust” power abuse over a smaller authority under the bigger one’s tutelage.
The irony is so thick and gross you could cut it with a shit-smeared knife.
The now infamous Penn State assistant athletics coach convicted in June of sexually abusing 10 children over 15 years at the university communicated to the Associated Press last night through his lawyer that he feels the NCAA’s penalty sanctions levied on the university are “unjust.” NCAA slapped Penn State with “a multi-year bowl ban on Penn State, invalidated 112 wins, fined the school $60 million and took away future scholarships.”
Sandusky’s lawyer said:
To do what they’re doing to Penn State is so unjust. He loves the program and he loves the university.
Sandusky also allegedly said “I love you” to one of his sexual abuse victims on a voicemail—so that might give you some indication of the value of Sandusky’s love.
Though the idea of Sandusky opining that anything (really anything, basically) is completely insane, for what it’s worth he does maintain that he is innocent.
“He continues to believe that the truth will come out at some point, and that he’ll get another trial or another opportunity to establish his innocence,” his lawyer said.