Reading that was incredibly disturbing. I hope all the boys he molested are doing okay.
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Correct and the graduate student that told Joe Paterno was led to believe that happened by the AD.
The people above Paterno have some major questions to answer. Obviously, Paterno probably does too since he is in charge of the football program and that's where the assaults occurred.
Sure sure Aggie boy. I refuse to acknowledge you new name. :smile:
The worst part of this whole thing is that these are the ones that were found. This guy has adopted children too. What a sick ****.
8 victims is pretty smoking gun type evidence imo. This isn't one person making this claim. 8 victims and at least one other that said Sandusky was making advances on him while him and a victim were at a game with Sandusky.
I was looking over on a Penn State fan site and a poster there brought up there were questions about something like this happening in 1998 and Joe asked him to step down. Hasn't worked at Penn State since 1999 but he was allowed access to all the facilities because of the position he held with that youth program Second Mile.
Over on GameFAQs and Reddit, PSU fans are very upset and saddened that this happened. Most seem to want a ton of changes and clearing out.
Recruiting violations are one thing to cover up. But this is wrong on deeper moral levels.
Penn State Nittany Lions bar accused ex-coach Jerry Sandusky from campus - ESPN
I found this interesting:
Penn State says it is barring from campus a former football coach accused of sexually assaulting eight boys, and it also is paying legal costs for two school officials charged with perjury and failing to alert police about what they knew in the case.
Yeah, but isn't that just procedure? They aren't paying for Sandusky but rather their current employees.
Sandusky is going to love jail. It will be an eye for an eye type of thing.