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Inmates Serenaded Sandusky With Pink Floyd

According to The Daily, a former fellow inmate of Jerry Sandusky at Centre County Correctional Facility says that prisoners serenaded him at night.

When Jerry Sandusky was in prison before his trial, he was kept in a special area reserved for sexual offenders.  According to the former fellow inmate, at ‘lights out’, they would all sing lyrics from Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2” (Hey, teacher!!  Leave that kid alone!).

Sandusky was convicted on 45 of 48 counts of child molestation last Friday.  He’ll be lucky if all they do to him in prison is serenade.

(Via The Daily and Youtube)

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