On June 22, 2012, Jerry Sandusky, a former assistant football coach at Penn State University, was found guilty of 45 out of 48 counts of sexual abuse. The maximum sentence on all charges combined is 442 years in prison. Now that justice has been served, why are people still upset? Is it that the potential sentence is not severe enough? Is it because those involved in the cover-up received punishment equating to a slap on the wrist? Could it be because no amount of punishment can restore what the victims have lost? Or is it because other children are currently prone to the same sexual abuse by a multitude of predators, and society is too slow to react? Well, the anger could be due to all of the above. Join us as we discuss why people are so upset.
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