Juror: No Doubt on Sandusky’s Guilt

    In this booking photo released early Saturday morning June 23, 2012 by the Centre County Correctional Facility in Bellefonte, Pa., former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is shown. Sandusky was convicted on Friday, June 22, 2012, of sexually assaulting 10 boys over 15 years Friday, accusations that had sent shock waves through the college campus known as Happy Valley and led to the firing of Penn State's beloved Hall of Fame coach, Joe Paterno.. (AP Photo/Centre County Correctional Facility)

    Centre County Correctional Facility / AP Photo

    One of the jurors who voted to convict former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky said Sunday that he is “confident” he made the right decision. Joshua Harper said he did not see any sign of regret as the verdict was announced—which proved to Harper that Sandusky “knew it was true.” “It was just eye-opening on all the things that happened because we got a whole lot of detail on what Sandusky was doing,” said Harper, a Penn State graduate. Meanwhile, residents of Happy Valley, the area where Penn State is located, said it will take “years” to recover from the trauma of  Sandusky’s scandal. “The damage is done,” said one resident, Rick Scott. “It’s like a scar. It will be there forever.”

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