Jerry Sandusky’s New Home – A Molester Among Murderers - Page 2
The question remains whether, because of his enhanced media profile, any of this will be enough to keep Sandusky from being a name-maker for some inmate seeking infamy on the outside, and respect on the inside. Given prison dynamics, anyone that could get to him would skyrocket from whatever rung on the prison totem pole they currently occupy, to the very top. After all, notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, convicted in 1991 of killing – and in some cases, eating – 33 boys and men had been placed in protective custody for an uneventful year, before prison officials decided to allow interaction with other inmates . He was bludgeoned to death by an inmate Christopher Sarver in 1994, who had hoped to make a name for himself in the prison population.
Only time will tell if Jerry Sandusky’s dubious celebrity will have sealed his fate already, as it is difficult to imagine there aren’t already inmates plotting to reach the disturbed and disgraced former Penn State football defensive coordinator, who has thus far shown no remorse for his crime – an attribute that is common among sexual predators.