Penn State coach still says he is 'not guilty': attorney
APBELLEFONTE, Pennsylvania -- The retired Penn State assistant football coach convicted Friday of 45 counts for sexually abusing 10 boys over 15 years wants “people to know that he's not guilty,” one of his lawyers said Monday.
June 27, 2012, 11:02 am TWN
Jerry Sandusky is being kept under observation and away from other inmates pending a psychological review that will help determine the next step toward his sentencing, which is in about three months. Karl Rominger, who helped defend Sandusky, visited him at the Centre County jail.
“He's defiant and wants the truth to be told. He wants people to know that he's not guilty,” Rominger said. “That would be his hope.”