It was an emotional day inside the Centre County Courthouse as three of Jerry Sandusky's victims, including Victim 4, took the stand to finally address their abuser, face to face.
"Quite honestly, I was very proud of him when I saw him reading his statement and looking over at Sandusky," Victim 4's Attorney Ben Andreozzi said. "It looked like he was looking at him right in the eyes and it was not something that was coached or rehearsed, that was something he did on his own."
Andreozzi says the atmosphere inside the courtroom as Jerry Sandusky's sentence was handed down was one of relief, especially for his victims.
"The number of years that he has sentenced and knowing the fact that he's going to spend the rest of his life in jail, I think it's a win for the prosecution and a win for all the victims in the case," Andreozzi said.
These are sketches drawn during the sentencing. One shows a very skinny Jerry Sandusky, dressed in a red jumpsuit, speaking to the court. But Andreozzi says Sandusky's statement maintaining his innocence didn't help his case.
"I think it really showed how possibly delusional Mr. Sandusky is," he said.
But the emotion wasn't just felt inside the courtroom. Folks waiting outside the courthouse were buzzing with emotion, too.
"I"m glad that there's some closure and very much a part of trying to get the community healing," Penn State Alum Joseph Brown said.