Uh oh. Football coach and convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky has a tiny little problem. I mean aside from the fact that he could potentially be sentenced up to 500 years for his crimes.
No this sentence is a little more immediate.
An inmate who identified himself only as “Josh” told The Daily that he and other prisoners sang well-known lyrics from Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” to Sandusky. “At night, we were singing ‘Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone,’” Josh was quoted as saying. Though Sandusky was held alone in a separate cell reportedly designated for sex offenders and those with mental illnesses, he was still visible to other inmates, who mocked him with their singing when the lights went out for the night, The Daily reported.Yeah that seems kinda bad. Especially considering where child abusers fall on the totem pole while in prison...
Once their crime has become known, they usually don't make it" without protective custody, said Lt. Ken Lewis, a corrections officer and spokesman at California's Los Angeles County State Prison. "There's a lot of [pedophiles] that can successfully make it … as long as they don't brag about their offense. If they do talk, "they'll get beat up," Lewis added. "In some places he may even get his throat cut."
If you don't believe ABC News I found a nifty little place called Prison Talk. It's a place with threads with titles like, Does The Prison Your Loved One is at Have a Restaurant and Should masturbation in prison be allowed. There's a lot more there but I can't figure out if it's for families, or people that are dating prisoners or what, and after a few minutes of trying to figure it out, I got bored and left. Although it does seem like the kind of place where you could cause some trouble.
Ahem. Sorry I was going off the rails there a little. Back to Jerry who's been placed on suicide watch. God I hope that means if he commits suicide, we get to watch. That's what that means right?