Found October 09, 2012 on
Jerry Sandusky will die in prison.
According to both Bloomberg News and Reuters, the former Penn State coach received a sentencing of 30-60 years in the child sex abuse case.
BREAKING: Jerry Sandusky gets 30-60 years in prison for Penn State sex-abuse case
— Bloomberg News (@BloombergNews) October 9, 2012
Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison in child sex abuse case
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) October 9, 2012
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