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This is the story that never ends.
It won’t end for the ‘reported’ victims.
Even after the horrifying Powell case, a PA judge allows Jerry Sandusky supervised visitation rights to his grandchildren. Mind boggling.—
Chip Sayre (@acsayre) February 13, 2012
It won’t end for media.
If only Direct TV had a block button for anything showing Jerry Sandusky's face, my TV would say thank you.—
Melissa Jacobs (@thefootballgirl) February 10, 2012
It won’t end for Penn State.
Anna Orso (@annaorso) February 13, 2012
It won’t end for Jerry Sandusky.
Judge: Sandusky can see grandkids, have local jury. on.si.com/wgFjcy—
Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 13, 2012
Today, Judge John Cleland, ruled in Sandusky’s favor allowing him to see some of his grandchildren as well as a jury of his peers. Sandusky, who had been under house arrest since December, will now be allowed to have adult visitors, parent-supervised visits with his grandchildren and more in multiple rulings Cleland gave to the defense.
#Sandusky got basically everything he wanted. Allowed to see grandkids with supervision. Centre Co. jury. Getting victim info.—
Oren Liebermann (@OrenCBS3) February 13, 2012
Commentary: I’ve written a couple of posts on this subject before:”Hey Penn State – What About the Kids?” and “Penn State – 11/9/11“. Keeping a close eye on this story, I’m sure I will have more to say at it goes on. But today, it is Jerry Sandusky’s day.
He will have his time with his grandchildren. Friends will be allowed to visit him. He can go outside on his porch without restriction. And he will have his day in court. That’s how it should be.
In this country, that’s how it should be right?
TWEET OF THE DAY
Think it’s not Jerry Sandusky’s day?
Karl E. Rominger (@karl_rominger) February 13, 2012