One of the jurors at Jerry Sandusky's child sex abuse trial says it's hard to judge character, but the victims who testified against were all "very credible."
The jury found the retired Penn State football assistant coach guilty on 45 counts last night, and while defense lawyers say an appeal is certain, it appears likely that Sandusky will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Juror Joshua Harper told NBC's "Today" show this morning that Sandusky displayed "no real emotion" when the verdict was read. Harper says he took that as confirmation that the jury's decision was the right one.
Sandusky was taken away in handcuffs to the county jail. Some in the crowd outside the courthouse heckled him. But the mother of one victim says despite the guilty verdict: "Nobody wins. We've all lost."
The jail did not say whether anyone visited him today. At his home, his wife and three of their adopted children remained inside with blinds and curtains were drawn.
Sentencing will be in about three months.
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