A lawyer for one of Jerry Sandusky's victims reacts to emails between Penn State officials on dealing with suspicions of child sex abuse.
Post by: Soledad O'Brien
Filed under: Jerry Sandusky
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Come on NCAA, do the right thing and suspend the Penn State football program.
Oh the horror, powerful people trying to protect one of their own. Happens all the time (see Kennedys), so let's not act like this is the first time in history it's ever been done. Let's add some blame for Sandusky's wife who was closer to the whole thing than anyone.
This is just an awful continuous nightmare that has finally come out into the light.
I feel bad for the victims especially who had no one to help them but ,also,for all the great people at Penn State that had absolutely nothing to do with any of this and also are getting destroyed on a daily basis as the full extent of the covering up is disclosed.
The few faculty who were involved and who should have stopped this maniac-and did not-they should not be anywhere near Penn State or any college or school ever again.
Paterno Library. Paterno Fellows Program. Paterno Chair of American Literature. Rock Ethics Institute–celebrating Spanier's ethical leadership long after he was fired. Rock Ethics Institute–advocating Spanier's ethical principles of leadership. This is a Penn State Scandal.