Aaron Fisher, Sandusky Victim, Goes Public about his Very Long Battle To See Justice Done!
Aaron Fisher, 18, known as “victim 1″ has gone public about the sexual abuse he suffered at the hands of the most “evil” assistant college football coach of all time…Jerry (Scum) Sandusky.
According to Fisher he no longer wants to be known as an “anonymous victim” which was the basis on which he made his decision to share his story publicly. In a pre-recorded interview ABC News’ Chris Cuomo which aired on “20/20″ last night.
Fisher, who met Sandusky at age 11 in 2005, when he attended a camp run by Sandusky and the Second Mile charity at the Penn State University campus, talked about the the sexual abuse and the psychological effects it has had on his life, his multiple suicide attempts, and how it impacted him personally and academically (bullied at school).
Fisher said in the interview…”Victim means, people feel sympathy for you, I don’t want that. I would rather be somebody who did something good, like a hero or something”
Fisher claims that the abuse started about 2012…a year after his first meeting with “Scumdusky.”
He described the convicted sex offender as “all-natural father figure who turned out to be a controlling predator.
Aaron Fisher Victim 1 (Now Age-18) :
Fisher met Sandusky in 2005 when he was 11.
The abuse began when he was 12.
The abuse ocurred at Sandusky’s home and while staying at State College hotels.
Fisher claims that Sandusky allegedly fondled him and performed oral sex on him more than 20 times..
Sandusky was barred from his central Pennsylvania high school in 2009 after the boy’s mother alerted school officials, triggering the investigation that produced charges.
Sandusky was charged with…Involuntary deviate sexual intercourse (two counts), indecent assault, unlawful contact with minor, corruption of minors, endangering a child’s welfare.
The book will be published on Oct. 23
Sandusky , was convicted on 45 counts of abuse against Fisher and nine other boys over the last two decades. He was sentenced to 30-60 years in jail.
On Thursday, Sandusky’s attorney Joe Amendola filed a document that is the first step in Sandusky’s effort to overturn his conviction.Sandusky’s lawyers claim that “The defendant submits the court’s sentence was excessive and tantamount, as the court stated at the defendant’s sentencing, to a life sentence,”
Sandusky, 68, contends the prison term imposed on him Oct. 9 by Judge John Cleland in state court in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, is too harsh and violates his constitutional rights.
Amendola impregnated a 16-year-old client named Mary Lavasile. He married the girl several years after the birth of their child.
Amendola, 63, was around 49 when he met the girl.
According to sources Mary Amendola, 33, is or was Second Mile’s Reverse Drawing committee co-chairman, The event is held annually in November. Don’t plan on attending tho…this years event has been cancelled.
See Mary Lavasile Amendola Photo Here
Disgraced former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will be sentenced on 45 counts of child sex abuse tomorrow in Bellefonte, PA. The 68-year-old, is facing potential life imprisonment. Sandusky who still maintains that he is innocent issued pre-sentencing recording from jail today… The three-minute statement aired on Penn State’s student-run radio station.
Finally a little good news in the Penn State saga. Brown University has announced that Joe Paterno’s name will not be removed from its Athletic Hall of Fame. Paterno, a Brown University alumni…played quarterback at Brown from 1946 to 1949. In 1978, Mr. Paterno was enshrined to the universities “Hall of Fame.”
Joe Paterno, played by Al Pacino… According to sources, actor Al Pacino could play the late Penn State heard coach Joe Paterno sometimes referred to as “JoePa,” in a movie based on the Joe Posnanski’s biography Paterno.
Aaron Fisher Video
Victim 2 (Age 21-22): Approximately 10 years old. Was the boy who Mike McQueray witnessed being sexually molested in the team showers in February 2001. Investigators have not been able to determine the boy’s identity. McQueary, who at the time was a 28-year-old Penn State Graduate Assistance Coach… reported what he saw to head coach Joe Paterno, and Paterno’s handling of it contributed to the university board of trustee’s decision to fire him shortly after Sandusky was arrested in November. Involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, indecent assault, unlawful contact with minor, corruption of minors, endangering a child’s welfare.
Victim 3 (Age 24) : Was 12-14 when the abuse occurred. He met Sandusky in July 1999 while in seventh grade through the Second Mile program, a charity Sandusky founded for at-risk youths. The victim spent time at Sandusky’s home, attended Penn State football games with the child predator. They reportedly worked out and showered with showered Sandusky. He told authorities that Sandusky became aroused while hugging him from behind.
Victim 4 (Age 27) : He met Sandusky in 1996 or 1997 when he was 12-years-old. The abused the young boy until he was seventeen-years old. He accused Sandusky of more than 50 incidents of repeated involuntary deviate oral and anal sexual intercourse and told authorities that Sandusky digitally penetrated him and routinely forced him to perform oral sex. Abuse occurred at the Sandusky home, hotels and university facilities. Sandusky took him to the Outback Bowl in Tampa in January 1999 as well as other trips. Sandusky was charged with…Involuntary deviate sexual intercourse (three counts), aggravated indecent assault, indecent assault, unlawful contact with minor, corruption of minors, endangering a child’s welfare.
The verdict in the Penn State, Jerry “Skumdusky” sex abuse trial was reached last week…The former Penn Sate Defensive Coordinator was found guilty on 45 of the 48 counts he was charged with. “Skumdusky” was transported to Centre County Jail immediately after the verdict was read…he will remain there until he appears before the court.
His final game coaching at Penn State was a notable game for Sandusky. Penn State faced Texas A&M in the 1999 Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Texas. No one ever imagine that there would come a day that a man who many admired and respected could have such a dark side.
Just one day following the Jerry Scumdusky (Sandusky) guilty verdict, the former Penn State Defensive Coordinator has been place on precautionary (for his own safety) suicide watch.