NBC’s Today show on Monday plans to show excerpts from interviews with former Penn State University assistant football coach and convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky. “The former longtime defensive coordinator will describe what he says happened on the campus, and what he thinks of whistleblower Mike McQueary and late head coach Joe Paterno,” according to Reuters. Sandusky is serving a prison sentence of 30 to 60 years for his conviction on 45 sex abuse charges involving young boys over a period of 45 years. Filmmaker John Ziegler, who is working on a documentary called The Framing of Joe Paterno, interviewed Sandusky earlier this month in person and via telephone. He’s expected to appear on Monday’s show.
‘Today’ To Air Parts Of Interview With Convicted Molester Jerry Sandusky
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