"Sandusky, clad in slacks and a brown sport coat, stood mostly motionless throughout, looking up at Juror 4 as the truth was slammed down onto him, as the light was finally and irrevocably cast on his behavior." I couldn’t help but think of the day when each of us will stand before the True Judge and be held accountable for our choices and our actions. As a survivor this is a comfort because I know that one day my perpetrator will answer to God for abusing me. But even as I write this I am so thankful that this same God of all God's is compassionate. He understands the reasons why a person like Sandusky acted as he did. Chances are high that as a child he himself was abused. And even now, if he, or any other one of us sinners (and we all are sinners) will repent, turn from our sins, put our faith in Christ and His sacrifice for our sin, be forgiven and face that final judgment with peace because Jesus came to take away sin.