I totally agree with In Session. The message is wrong--the lower end of the range of the possible sentence does not do justice nor does it assign proper context to the severity and destructiveness of his heinous acts. I was sicken by it. I have heard many say at least he will die in prison. But the victims have been slowly dying everyday of their life--the victim once again is forgotten. Those brave men who spoke to his face and told Sandusky how he destroyed their lives need to be recognized, understood and given a hug--to show their lives are worth living. Sandusky's statement ripped at my soul and heart--I have heard this is common for all abusers to deny and not believe their actions were destructive. Sad world.