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#1 Posted by damnboyadvance (4060 posts) -

I'm sure most everyone here is familiar with the Penn State incident. The man behind it all, Jerry Sandusky, was just found guilty on 45 of 48 charges. Story

Looks like justice has been served. He'll definitely have a lot of time to think about his atrocious crimes. Any thoughts?

#2 Posted by pyromagnestir (4324 posts) -

Yay! Rot in jail scumbag!

#3 Posted by Dallas_Raines (2161 posts) -

Good.

#4 Posted by smitty86 (698 posts) -

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

#5 Posted by kumquat (128 posts) -

Even if I did believe in the death penalty, it would be too good for this piece of shit.

He needs to be thrown in the deepest, darkest fucking hole they can find and left to rot.

#6 Posted by xdaknightx69 (450 posts) -

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

#7 Posted by Freshbandito (686 posts) -

@xdaknightx69 said:

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

Healthy Lifestyle.

#8 Posted by Irvandus (2880 posts) -

@kumquat said:

Even if I did believe in the death penalty, it would be too good for this piece of shit.

He needs to be thrown in the deepest, darkest fucking hole they can find and left to rot.

We should buy a sarlac, wait for it to make a pit, then throw him down it.

#9 Posted by smitty86 (698 posts) -

@xdaknightx69 said:

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

Day by day. HI-YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

#10 Posted by Phatmac (5726 posts) -

Well that happened.

#11 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

Well, that's great!

#12 Posted by Hailinel (24866 posts) -

@Freshbandito said:

@xdaknightx69 said:

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

Healthy Lifestyle.

In prison, the only lifestyle he'll have is being on the receiving end of shower rape.

The irony is exquisite.

#13 Posted by George_Hukas (1317 posts) -

After what happened in Texas, maybe we should just kill all Sandusky victims before they become child molesters themselves.

#14 Posted by Freshbandito (686 posts) -

@Hailinel said:

@Freshbandito said:

@xdaknightx69 said:

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

Healthy Lifestyle.

In prison, the only lifestyle he'll have is being on the receiving end of shower rape.

The irony is exquisite.

Exquisite, poetic and well deserved.

#15 Posted by Napalm (9020 posts) -

@George_Hukas said:

After what happened in Texas, maybe we should just kill all Sandusky victims before they become child molesters themselves.

Wait, what?

#16 Posted by kmg90 (420 posts) -

This isn't over.... Appeals are almost guaranteed to happen, they will play the psychologist card, they already tried during the initial case

AND HE COULD FACE up to 400+, he's only been found guilty.... now comes the sentencing, leave it to the "news media" to make misleading headlines about being found guilty of something but not sentenced

#17 Posted by WMWA (1162 posts) -

I hope he lives a long life. As a victim of child abuse, he deserves as much time on this earth to be haunted by his thoughts as nature allows

#18 Posted by WMWA (1162 posts) -
@George_Hukas

After what happened in Texas, maybe we should just kill all Sandusky victims before they become child molesters themselves.

Go fuck yourself, asshole
#19 Posted by Dexter_Morgan_ (314 posts) -

@xdaknightx69 said:

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

Carrots. You can grind them up into juice or just eat em raw.... or insert them anally. As long as you get them into your body somehow. Chikachika....

#20 Posted by Cloudenvy (5891 posts) -

@Napalm said:

@George_Hukas said:

After what happened in Texas, maybe we should just kill all Sandusky victims before they become child molesters themselves.

Wait, what?

Yeah..Uhhhhhhhhh.

#21 Posted by NegativeCero (3003 posts) -

If there's one thing that my watching Locked Up on MSNBC has taught me, it's that people in prison hate child predators. So good luck to him with that.

#22 Posted by wumbo3000 (971 posts) -

To quote Big Boi from Outkast: "it's Tickle time for real now"

Couldn't have said it better myself.

#23 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

Dude's going to get his booty stuffed and his throat cut.

#24 Posted by Dalai (7031 posts) -

Someone finally thought of the children. 
 
Let's just hope he is prone to dropping soap.

#25 Posted by Doctorchimp (4076 posts) -

Let me know when they actually get the Penn State Athletic Staff in jail too.

#26 Posted by Toxeia (729 posts) -

@kmg90 said:

This isn't over.... Appeals are almost guaranteed to happen, they will play the psychologist card, they already tried during the initial case

AND HE COULD FACE up to 400+, he's only been found guilty.... now comes the sentencing, leave it to the "news media" to make misleading headlines about being found guilty of something but not sentenced

I never understood things like pleas of insanity or saying that the person was broken psychologically and so it wasn't their fault. They still did it, they caused irreparable harm to someone and could just as easily be a threat in the future.

#27 Posted by Barrock (3533 posts) -

@Toxeia said:

@kmg90 said:

This isn't over.... Appeals are almost guaranteed to happen, they will play the psychologist card, they already tried during the initial case

AND HE COULD FACE up to 400+, he's only been found guilty.... now comes the sentencing, leave it to the "news media" to make misleading headlines about being found guilty of something but not sentenced

I never understood things like pleas of insanity or saying that the person was broken psychologically and so it wasn't their fault. They still did it, they caused irreparable harm to someone and could just as easily be a threat in the future.

Makes more sense if it were a murder charge. And only one murder. But this was years of abuse and torment.

#28 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7096 posts) -
@George_Hukas

After what happened in Texas, maybe we should just kill all Sandusky victims before they become child molesters themselves.

Yeah...maybe think before saying something this bafflingly idiotic next time. Jesus Christ.
#29 Posted by OllyOxenFree (4973 posts) -

Creeper Sandusky is screeeeewed.

#30 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (8699 posts) -

Great, walk him out back and pop his brain.
 
Scumbag.

#31 Posted by MildMolasses (3221 posts) -

As much as I love the idea of prison justice taking care of things in this situation, the fact is that he's a child molester and a high profile inmate. He won't be let anywhere near general population... Unless a guard "accidentally" loses track of him

#32 Posted by Intro (1207 posts) -

I hate our legal system. We all know what he did was awful, can't we just shoot him in the head and bury him somewhere? I'd pay for the bullet, there's no need to have this sick fuck alive in our world anymore paying taxes to feed him everyday.

#33 Posted by joshthebear (2700 posts) -

Serves him right. Anyone who did what he did should have the fucking book thrown at him.

#34 Posted by Napalm (9020 posts) -

@Doctorchimp said:

Let me know when they actually get the Penn State Athletic Staff in jail too.

Jerry's the guilty fall guy. They won't touch anybody else.

#35 Posted by ShadowConqueror (3052 posts) -

What's a pederast, Walter?

#36 Posted by ajamafalous (12003 posts) -

I fully believe that the reason Joe Paterno died is because he had nothing left to live for after he was fired, so fuck this guy.

#37 Posted by the_OFFICIAL_jAPanese_teaBAG (4308 posts) -

Hes going to get raped like crazy in jail.  I would commit suicide if I were him.  

#38 Edited by Animasta (14692 posts) -

@ajamafalous said:

I fully believe that the reason Joe Paterno died is because he had nothing left to live for after he was fired, so fuck this guy.

because he totally couldn't have ended this years ago and he was totally in the clear

#39 Posted by John1912 (1886 posts) -

Sadly Im willing to bet he was badly abused himself as a child. Bizarre that many times we repeat the abuse done to us. Has that concept ever been properly explained in psychology?

#40 Posted by Zleunamme (666 posts) -

Justice has been served. Parents should tell their kids that if an older man -- their coach, a relative, a family friend, or total stranger -- tells them to take a shower with him. Get away from him and run. The scarier part of all this is that crimes against children were committed in secrecy at an institution of higher learning. It can happen to anybody, anywhere at any time. More needs to be done to protect victims of abuse and that their voices never go silent.

#41 Posted by Shady (503 posts) -

@Zleunamme said:

Justice has been served. Parents should tell their kids that if an older man -- their coach, a relative, a family friend, or total stranger -- tells them to take a shower with him. Get away from him and run. The scarier part of all this is that crimes against children were committed in secrecy at an institution of higher learning. It can happen to anybody, anywhere at any time. More needs to be done to protect victims of abuse and that their voices never go silent.

I blame the lack of very special TV episodes of shows.

#42 Posted by SmilingPig (1337 posts) -

@xdaknightx69 said:

@smitty86 said:

The man is looking at 400+ years. Still probably not enough...

how does one server 400+yrs?

Cryosuspension.

#43 Posted by kumquat (128 posts) -

@ajamafalous said:

I fully believe that the reason Joe Paterno died is because he had nothing left to live for after he was fired, so fuck this guy.

Joe Paterno protected a child rapist, so fuck him. I'm glad he got fired, and now that he's dead I'm glad this will forever be a big shit smear on his memory.

#44 Edited by rachelepithet (1391 posts) -

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#45 Posted by Brodehouse (9953 posts) -

Just to clarify something, as horrible as this man's crimes are, taking joy in the suffering of anyone only makes you a sadist. It wouldn't matter if he was the Devil himself, wanting to torture anything doesn't make you righteous, it makes you as low as they are. Justice is handed out cold and impartially, not to please your bloodlust. Ned Stark wouldn't take any pleasure in making this man suffer, only grim relief that he can't hurt anyone ever again.

That said, I hate life sentences for people proven guilty beyond the shadow of a doubt. Clean death sentence is more effective in terms of prevention, and saves the state money.

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#46 Posted by mlarrabee (2964 posts) -

@Brodehouse said:

Just to clarify something, as horrible as this man's crimes are, taking joy in the suffering of anyone only makes you a sadist. It wouldn't matter if he was the Devil himself, wanting to torture anything doesn't make you righteous, it makes you as low as they are. Justice is handed out cold and impartially, not to please your bloodlust. Ned Stark wouldn't take any pleasure in making this man suffer, only grim relief that he can't hurt anyone ever again. That said, I hate life sentences for people proven guilty beyond the shadow of a doubt. Clean death sentence is more effective in terms of prevention, and saves the state money.

You are going to get so much hate for posting this, but know that I love you for it.

#47 Edited by Phatmac (5726 posts) -

@Brodehouse said:

Just to clarify something, as horrible as this man's crimes are, taking joy in the suffering of anyone only makes you a sadist. It wouldn't matter if he was the Devil himself, wanting to torture anything doesn't make you righteous, it makes you as low as they are. Justice is handed out cold and impartially, not to please your bloodlust. Ned Stark wouldn't take any pleasure in making this man suffer, only grim relief that he can't hurt anyone ever again. That said, I hate life sentences for people proven guilty beyond the shadow of a doubt. Clean death sentence is more effective in terms of prevention, and saves the state money.

Thank you. I'm starting to be afraid of most people on this site and their sick use of the phrase "justice." I don't enjoy seeing people suffer, no matter what they did. This is why I'm not gleeful about this and what his life will be like in jail. I don't think anyone should, if you do then you have other mental problems to deal with. That doesn't mean he should be let off, justice should be served but not used as an excuse to let a human life suffer to a brutal extent. I don't have any sympathy for a child molester, but I don't want to be someone that takes pleasure in other people's misery.

#48 Edited by smitty86 (698 posts) -

@boocreepyfootdoctor: I really hope the much of the stuff you wrote was purposefully exaggerated b/c while you make some somewhat valid points, much of it comes off as (not to be completely disrespectful) but the rantings of a mad man with limited actual facts of the situation. I say this out of concern as to where you base some of these statements from.

#49 Posted by Dallas_Raines (2161 posts) -

@kumquat said:

@ajamafalous said:

I fully believe that the reason Joe Paterno died is because he had nothing left to live for after he was fired, so fuck this guy.

Joe Paterno protected a child rapist, so fuck him. I'm glad he got fired, and now that he's dead I'm glad this will forever be a big shit smear on his memory.

BBBBBBBUT WHAT ABOUT THE FOOTBALL, MAN?

#50 Posted by NickL (2246 posts) -

@NegativeCero said:

If there's one thing that my watching Locked Up on MSNBC has taught me, it's that people in prison hate child predators. So good luck to him with that.

As a high profile inmate, he will never come in contact with the other inmates. GG