Prison life is not going to be easy for Jerry Sandusky. The former Penn State coach, who is currently on suicide watch, was serenaded by a group of prisoners at the Centre County Correctional Facility last December. Sandusky returned to the facility on Friday after he was convicted of sexually abusing 10 children.
An inmate at the facility identified as Josh told The Daily that when Sandusky was at the Correctional Facility last year a group of prisoners sang Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” to him, emphasizing the line, “Hey, Teacher, Leave Those Kids Alone!”
“At night, we were singing ‘Hey, teacher, leave those kids alone.'”
According to Josh, Sandusky was held in a special unit for sexual offenders and people with a mental illness. Josh said that most of the inmates had access to some form of media (television, newspapers) so they were aware of Sandusky’s crimes when he showed up at the prison.
Sandusky, who was accused of child molestation last year, was finally convicted on Friday. Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts and could spend the next 450 years in prison.
The Jerry Sandusky scandal isn’t completely over, however. There are several civil lawsuit against Penn State.
Here’s the video for Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick In The Wall.”