On Tuesday, Jerry Sandusky was sentenced 30-60 years in prison for the molestation of 10 boys over a 15 year-period.
Monday night, the disgraced assistant football coach coach released three minutes of audio to Penn State’s ComRadio, in which he maintained his innocence:
Sandusky’s wife attended the sentencing. So did six of his victims.
Sandusky and his lawyers plan to appeal the ruling. Under the current sentence, the 68-year-old will likely spend his life in prison. But to some, that’s not enough:
Sandusky gets 30-60 years for abusing children. Not long enough. Not even close.— Terry McMillan
Not long enough. RT @CTVNews: Sandusky sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison: http://t.co/fOHprrea— lyle
Not enough. RT @DanWetzel: Sandusky sentenced 30 to 60 years in prison— Elika Sadeghi
Jerry Sandusky sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison. Not nearly enough. #monster— Howard Eskin
Rot in hell Sandusky. 30 - 60 is not enough.— Beesley
So, it’s 30-60 years in jail for Jerry Sandusky, also known as not nearly enough years.— Josh Spiegel
30 - 60 years = 8 - 16 months per conviction…not enough IMHO - #sandusky— Pasik
30 to 60 is not enough for Jerry Sandusky— Robert K. Burnham
Sandusky gets “at least 30 yrs.” That’s not nearly enough, but plenty for some much-deserved “prison justice,” I guess. http://t.co/tcswer5R— Shawn Stinson
Sandusky gets 30-60 years. Not nearly long enough.— rantpages
Sandusky will die in prison and even that’s not enough punishment IMO. I’m not the biggest death penalty guy but he should get it— Twan Staley
Not long enough. RT @HuffingtonPost: BREAKING: Sandusky sentenced to no less than 30, no more than 60 years http://t.co/9wSZGrql— tinakozak
Not enough! RT @nytimes: Breaking News: Former Penn State Assistant Football Coach Jerry Sandusky Is Sentenced to 30 to 60 Years— Mrs Zee
Jerry Sandusky sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison. Not long enough if you ask me. http://t.co/6XFeB9mL— â™ˆKneeBoneLarry
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