Victim 1 in the Jerry Sandusky saga has spoken.
And what he had to say, according to the New York Times, was shocking, to say the least.
In 2008, "concerns about Sandusky’s possible abuse of the boy made their way to the authorities," Nate Schweber and Jo Becker of the Times write. From there, the boy, who was 11 or 12 years old at the time of first meeting Sandusky, testified under oath about the legendary Nittany Lion.
An excerpt of one story that Victim 1 told authorities was summarized in the Times and can be seen below.
It was the summer of 2008. The boy's friend said he got a call asking whether he wanted to go to dinner with the boy and a man who was organizing it.
The friend walked a few blocks to the boy's house, and soon a man pulled up in a silver Cadillac sedan. "This is Jerry," the boy said to his friend. The friend said he recognized Sandusky as the man who would occasionally pick up the boy early from school. Sandusky, according to the friend, then picked up another child and suggested that the four of them all go swimming.
The friend said he did not have a swimsuit. Sandusky, he recalled, said not to worry — he kept spare trunks for boys in his car. At the hotel, the friend said, the four of them changed into their swimsuits.
In the pool, Sandusky instigated a game of touch football, the friend said. The friend noticed how Sandusky grabbed the boy in the pool, seizing him by his ribs and lifting him up, sometimes with the boy facing him. Sandusky did not touch either of the other two boys. Then the four decided to soak in the hot tub. Sandusky sat next to the boy.
"It was like Goldilocks,"
–An unidentified source who saw the aftermath of the break-in of Chicago White Sox general manager Kenny Williams' home
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