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Jerry Sandusky Scandal: Bail Set At $250,000 As Sandusky Arrives At Arraignment In Penn State Track Suit

As you’ve probably heard by now, former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was taken from his house in handcuffs Wednesday and taken to court, where he was charged with child sexual abuse in two new cases. The court set bail at $250,000 cash, and Sandusky will have to wear an ankle monitor if he pays it. Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, says Sandusky will try to post bail. In the meantime, he's on his way to jail.

Amazingly, Sandusky wore a Penn State track suit to his arrangement. Ben Jones:

The fact Jerry Sandusky was wearing a Penn State track suit during his arraignment is something I can’t even comprehend.

Yep, that’s incredible, and it’s got to anger a lot of PSU partisans. You may recall that, when he was interviewed right after charges against him became big news, Sandusky was also wearing a track suit then.

For more on the Jerry Sandusky scandal, stay tuned to this storystream.

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