Jury selection has begun in the Jerry Sandusky trial, but that wasn't the biggest news of the day regarding the trial. Former Penn St. Nittany Lions defensive coordinator Sandusky, who is facing 52 counts of child molestation, will reportedly have a bombshell dropped on him. The prosecution is apparently set to introduce "love letters" that Sandusky allegedly wrote to several victims as evidence against him, according to a report by ABC News.
The letters, which were allegedly written in Sandusky's own handwriting, are expected to corroborate the testimony of the man known as Victim 4, now 28 years old, who met the coach through Sandusky's charity, the Second Mile. The victim's attorney won't talk about the letter, but sources describe the letters as "creepy" and note that one was written in the third person includes a lewd title and is a love story between a boy and a man.
Just when you thought the Sandusky trial couldn't get more creepy and weird, it got more creepy and weird. A lot more creepy and weird.