Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky walked out of a Bellefonte, Pa. courtroom in handcuffs as he was found guilty on all but three charges filed against him. Out of the 48 charges that were filed, the jury found Sandusky guilty on 45 of them and the victims that he abused over the years finally rejoiced.
Eight of his victims finally got the chance to be heard as they spoke during the trial; one that would send Sandusky to prison for the rest of his days.
Pennsylvania attorney general Linda Kelly called Sandusky a "serial child predator" who was allowed to continue these horrible acts while Penn State administrators turned the other cheek. It was reported that another assistant coach, Mike McQueary, caught Sandusky in one of the acts, but did nothing to stop it.
"A jury in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, believed a kid," Linda Kelly said.
Sandusky could be sentenced to as many as 442 years behind bars.