Scandalized Jerry Sandusky Plans To Pen Book From Prison?
We can’t see him trying to tell any kind of story after all of the scandal that has been exposed on him. If he has some kind of defense as to why he was accused and convicted, we don’t think anyone wants to hear it.
Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach who was convicted of serial child molestation this past June, is now writing his second book from behind prison bars, according to WJAC-TV. Sandusky will be sentenced in September for the 45 of 48 charges he was found guilty of.
WJAC-TV news reported that Sandusky has been in frequent written correspondence with his wife, Dottie, so much so that the prison cut off her privileges to send Sandusky any more written notes.
The Washington Post reported that the reason behind Sandusky’s writing could also be to help himself; his lawyer, Joe Amendola, told the paper “his client is spending much of time writing his account of events and that he expected Sandusky to speak at his sentencing.”
If he writes a book, we hope its a total flop and a total loss to the publishers who should have never picked it up as an idea for literature.