As Jerry Sandusky begins serving his sentence for 45 counts of child sex abuse, In Session's Facebookfollowers have their own questions about the case. One that keeps popping up is why isn't Dottie Sandusky, the wife of the former Penn State assistant coach, facing charges.
Jerry Sandusky was sentenced Tuesday to a minimum of 30 years. He will get his first chance at parole when he is 98 years old.
In Session's legal experts say it is unclear whether Sandusky's wife was even investigated. What is known is that investigators searched the Sanduskys’ home and seized evidence from the house.
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There has not been any evidence released to the public that ties Dottie Sandusky to any of the alleged crimes. Some testimony from a few of the alleged victims stated that Dottie was in the home when some of the alleged abuse occurred. In Session’s legal experts say her mere presence in the home at the time doesn’t constitute a crime.
On Wednesday, CNN obtained letters Jerry and Dottie Sandusky sent Judge John Cleland ahead of Tuesday's hearing.