Jerry Sandusky’s attorneys continued their odd behavior Friday night following the conviction of their client in 45 of 48 counts of sexual abuse. Joe Amendola joked strangely with a CNN correspondent, while Karl Rominger took to Twitter.
Well I won the sodomy charge on McQueary.. so perhaps if the grand jury presentment had been accurate Paterno would not have been fired #psu
Yeah, you “won.” Way to go, winner! Of course, you also “lost” on Victim 2 — that’s the victim McQueary testified about — on charges of indecent assault, unlawful contact with minors, corruption of minors and endangering welfare of children. In a Penn State football locker room. So, uh, let’s give Joe Paterno a medal? And Karl Rominger a gold star?
Rominger continued that line of thinking in an interview on CNN, transcribed by SB Nation newsdesker Brendan Porath:
Well, obviously I am a little disappointed. I will take a little solace in the fact that the witness I cross-examined, Mike McQueary, did not sustain the count of sodomy that the government had promised would cost Joe Paterno his job.
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