As much as the world would like to see former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky just go away, he refuses to do so.
Along with appealing his conviction on 45 of 48 counts for sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period, Sandusky is now writing his second book from behind bars, according to WJACTV. Sandusky is currently awaiting a September sentencing in which he awaits a 60-year minimum sentence and up to 442 years.
The station is reporting that Sandusky is no longer on suicide watch and has been a model inmate since being convicted in June. He is reportedly working on the book with his wife, Dottie, and there has reportedly been so much written correspondence with her that those privileges have been suspended.
Sandusky’s first book, “Touched,” was published in 2001 and covered his life story.
We can only assume that Sandusky’s book will be related to his self-proclaimed innocence, which is especially sickening considering the mountain of evidence against him and new reports that there is an investigation into whether Sandusky was part of a child molestation sex ring.
The only bright side is that convicted felons are barred from profiting off writing about their crimes, not that we can imagine anyone buying such a despicable book.