The state of Pennsylvania's public employee pension system has notified the Sandusky family that they're in the process of revoking Jerry Sandusky's state pension as a result of his conviction and sentencing this past week.
Sandusky's lawyer, Karl Rominger, has already said that Sandusky would fight any attempt to revoke his pension.
And, in a bit of a sidebar, the letters that Jerry and Dottie Sandusky wrote as part of their sentencing defense were released after judge John Cleland and Centre Court made the letters public. In them, the husband and wife, pretty much, blame everyone but themselves for the family's downfall: the victims, the media, the university, and the police.
Here the letters are in their entirety, thanks to CNN
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Sandusky first laid this groundwork in a leaked radio interview the night before the sentencing...
"My trust in people, systems and fairness has diminished," Sandusky said in part. "In my heart I know I did not do these disgusting acts. However, I didn't tell the jury. Our son changed our plans when he switched sides."
"There were so many people involved in the orchestration of this conviction (media, investigators, prosecutors, "the system," Penn State and the accusers.) It was well done. They won!"
Actually, coach, reality won for a change...
Just don't tell Dottie Sandusky...since she thinks her adopted son, Matt, is also at fault in all of this:
"People need to know what kind of person he is," she wrote. "We have forgiven him many times for all he has done to our family, thinking that he was changing his life, but he would always go back to his stealing and lies. He has been diagnose (sic) Bipolar, but he refuses to take his medicine."
Uh-huh... keep talking...
It's just that no one is listening...