So far, everything is going Jerry Sandusky’s way. First, he’s out of jail on bond and now the judge is allowing Sandusky to see his grandkids.
Alleged serial child rapist Jerry Sandusky — former Penn State asst. football coach — has been cleared by a judge to visit with his grandkids … as long as the parents are present during the encounter.
The judge also ruled that Sandusky can receive visits from adults.
The judge was clearly feeling generous to the former football coach … because he also shot down an attempt by prosecutors to have Sandusky confined indoors as he awaits trial due to a fear that he might rape local children.
Sandusky is already on home confinement … but prosecutors wanted Sandusky locked indoors over fears that he might make an effort to contact kids at an elementary school behind his home.
Seriously, elementary school behind his home. Your stomach turning yet?
But the judge ruled there was not enough evidence to prove Sandusky was making “any effort to contact any of the children by signaling or calling to them, or that he made any gestures directed toward them, or that he acted in any inappropriate way whatsoever.”
The prosecution isn’t really doing a good job so far of proving that this “alleged” monster needs to be away from society and children. Hopefully they’ll bring their A game once the trial starts.