Comparing Sandusky Closing Statements: Can Anyone Seriously Argue the Defense Didn't Make the Better Case?

I am almost embarrassed to admit it, but up until recently, I had never read the closing arguments in the case of Jerry Sandusky. I have to say I am totally shocked by many aspects of what I read in the transcripts and I STRONGLY urge anyone who is remotely curious about this case to at least take a look at them (the defense begins on page 37 and the prosecution on page 97).

Here is the link:


Here are the highlights in my view:

Jerry Sandusky's Offical Response to the Rejection of His Supreme Court Appeal

Last week, Jerry Sandusky's appeal for a new trial was rejected by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Here is his official reaction to that decision, which was sent only to



Donald Trump Sends Letter Supportive of "Framing Paterno"

Billionaire Celebrity Businessman Donald Trump recently sent me this handwritten note in response to an email I sent him after having a conversation with him backstage at the Today Show about the injustice done to Joe Paterno.



Exclusive: Victim 2's Letter to the Editor Supporting Sandusky After the Sara Ganim Article Came Out

One of the most amazing and vastly underreported pieces of evidence in this case is the fact that the nearly 14 year-old-boy in from the McQueary episode went on the the record several times (after the story broke locally and then again nationally) to fully support Jerry Sandusky and to say that he was never molested by him.

MUST LISTEN: John Ziegler and Kevin Slaten Expose ESPN's Don Van Natta in HUGE Way

First, Kevin Slaten had Don Van Natta on his St. Louis radio show to discuss the details of hie "investigation" into Mike McQueary, and VanNatta clearly had no idea what he was getting himself into.

Then, I came on the program immediately afterwards and took Van Natta to the woodshed of truth.

The Inside Story of How ESPN Muffled the McQueary Bombshell

ESPN the Magazine recently released a much anticipated expose on Mike McQueary. What should have been a bombshell was yet another classic example of the news media going out of their way to mitigate and obfuscate any truths which deviate from their preferred narrative in this case.

Two New Radio Interviews Review Recent News & Preview Big Things To Come

Here are two radio interviews I did this week regarding recent developments in the case as well as a major coming mainstream media report which could be extremely significant.

John Ziegler with Kevin Slaten:

John Ziegler with Jeff Byers:




Important Facts About Each Sandusky Accuser That the Media Never Told You

While it has been extremely politically incorrect and, frankly, toxic to do so, there are, contrary to the media’s narrative in the Sandusky case, very valid reasons to question the stories of the accusers. The fact that this has not come even close to happening is a large part of why it is that I think it is very possible that this entire scandal has been based on a false premise. It was this premise which never got anything close to the extensive examination which this case, so influenced by a crazed rush to judgment, deserved and required.

Our Full_Page Ad in the Sunday Centre Daily Times: By the Numbers, What the Media Didn't Tell You About the Sandusky Case

On Sunday February 23rd, 2014, purchased a full-page ad in the Sunday Centre Daily Times. The purpose was to explain how the basics of the case against Jerry Sandusky have been misunderstood and this is why it is clear there was no cover up at Penn State.

Here is what the ad looked like:


Media Malpractice Again: An E-mail Exchange With USA Today Which Will Blow Your Mind

There is probably no greater proof of the utter insanity of this entire upside-down story than that by far the most favorable mainstream media coverage of "Penn State" in the Sandusky story is perhaps the most obvious example of "media malpractice" in this entire saga.

I am referring to the column posted by USA Today this week by Jeffery Sonnenfeld which read literally like a love letter to the Penn State Board of Trustees. Here is that column which, to anyone who has been following the story, seemed like a parody:

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