In the wake of the Penn State sex scandal, the fact that a book called Touched, the story of Jerry Sandusky’s life in his own words, still sits on Amazon’s virtual bookshelf is both disturbing and horrid.
This disgusting coincidence is highlighted by many Amazon “book reviewers.” We’ll show some of the best best book reviews after the jump. Sandusky’s autobiography highlights his college football career and his involvement in children’s charities, including the founding of his charity, “Second Mile.”
Like I said in a previous post, I believe it should be removed from the virtual shelves.
But here’s one edition that’s even more disturbing:
From Busted Coverage:
you can now buy an even creepier version of the book on eBay.
How could it be any creepier? The book is allegedly signed by Sandusky with a special message to an attendee of his football camp. The inscription reads: “To Jake, I really enjoyed you at camp! Best Wishes! Jerry Sandusky.”
Follow the link to see a pic of the inscription.
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