Penn State is rocked by charges against a former coach and resignations by two administrators. Jason Carroll reports.
Can the NCAA go after Penn State for ethics violations? Their gross negligence placed so many children at serious risk of contact with a violent, sexual predator. Had even 1 person responded appropriately, and involved investigators at the state level, it’s unlikely we would be looking at Victim #4, Victim #5, Victim #6…
Anderson, you have a powerful voice. Go after everyone involved with the same spirit you went after Phillip Greaves. Let each and every one of these children know that what happened to them in not ok, and we, as Americans, will not tolerate the actions of anyone involved in a conspiracy to commit violent crimes against children.
It saddens me to know that an institution responsible for protecting and molding the lives of the youth is turning a blind eye to protect its own alleged enablers. Doing just enough to cover his/her backside individually, one responsible faculty member could have made a difference. Could have changed a life. And in one last mock act of contrition, the university does just enough to admonish the inaction of some while conveniently protect Coach Joe Paterno. Way to go, Penn State. I'm sure the alleged victims will sleep much better at night knowing that JoePa is going to be ok.
Every single Penn State football player should refuse to play in any game until Joe Paterno retires.There are more important issues here than having the players earn more revenue for Penn State.
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