Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky will finally face his sentencing for his multiple counts of sexual abuse on children. Sentencing for the crimes will take place on October 9th. Sandusky will be in front of Judge John Cleland to determine his fate. The sentencing will come after a hearing that will determine if Sandusky will be designated as a “sexually violent predator.”
Sandusky faces a maximum of 442 years in prison.
Sandusky’s crimes originally started in the 1990′s — at least that is as early as evidence suggests — and the disgusting acts led to serious sanctions being enforced on the Penn State football team after many of the men high up in the ranks formed an elaborate cover-up. Penn State is seeing the effects on the field this season.
Whether or not Sandusky gets a full sentence, he will be facing the rest of his life behind bars and out of the public — which is where he deserves to be.