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Old 07-12-2012, 10:23 AM   #391
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Its going to be interesting what the NCAAs do.
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Old 07-12-2012, 10:32 AM   #392
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http://www.thefreehreportonpsu.com/R...NAL_071212.pdf

Read the findings and the timeline, its disturbing to say the least. The 4 main players including Paterno fully enganged in a well planned cover up. Paterno lied, and this was all about protecting the football program as well as the university.

I started reading this and my blood is beginning to boil. Not sure I'll be able to stomach reading this all without getting in my car and going to execute a few individuals and digging up JoePa's body just so I can desecrate it. My last stop would be at Penn State bringing down Joe Pa's statue.

I don't think this "finding" really tells me anything I didn't know already. I already firmly believed they knew about the 1998 investigation. I knew that it was JoePa that was ultimately responsible for the inaction of the administrators, and he had the final word to keep it quiet. I knew JoePa was the ultimate power authority at that school. I knew JoePa lied and covered it up (as I'm sure he's done with many crimes there) to protect his legacy and football program.


The sad thing is, it wasn't only just these 4 individuals that knew either. Paterno's whole family knew, as did most of those other 3 individuals families. Also, most of the coaches and staff knew as well. People talk. They always do. I work at a university, and I work on the medical campus which is across the way from our main campus. All that said, I STILL heard about our former basketball coach having a affair with another woman even though the press or general public never knew. The Paterno family are pieces of shit. They waited to release that Paterno letter the day before the findings knowing that the report would sink their beloved legend. Too bad. I only wished JoePa stayed alive long enough to watch his legacy be burnt down to the ground before his very eyes. It truly is the punishment he so richly deserved (among jail time). You wished you could have done more JoePA? Yeah, go **** yourself you child molester enabler.


I hope and pray the victims and their families can move on knowing the truth backed up their stories of betrayal by the university. Maybe after these administrators are jailed and civil suits are done, healing can begin.
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Old 07-12-2012, 11:02 AM   #393
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The big Joe Pa lie from what I understand is he stated he didnt know about the 98 incident, which now the report stated he was fully aware.

I dont think "death penalty" would be appropriate for the program, but a very severe penalty should be implicated based on the cover up and the lack of instituational control.

The lawsuits are going to be massive. Feel sorry for the students and alum. I have no sympathy for BOT, Pres, Joe Pa and his damn family, AD or the football team as a whole.
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Old 07-12-2012, 11:11 AM   #394
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Just listened to the entire thing on the radio, live.


I knew Paterno was involved since the first time I heard about it but wow...

Paterno actually said to Sandusky:
"You did what you needed to do, now I need to figure out how to hide it."



Also, he wrote something before his death asking people not to make this an issue witht he football program. I was angry when I heard that but it confirms what I knew all along, Paterno was concerned with his football legacy above all else.

When you have nutjobs with shrines in their homes and offices (I work with several ladies who have literal shrines covering full walls in their offices and cubicles with Paterno worship), I guess it can turn even the best people into egomaniacs. He is God to many people in this Commonwealth and it's always been sickening to me...but even worse, they STILL support him and haven't taken a thing down. I hope PSU's football program gets the death penalty. Not a temporary one like SMU...forever.

This will make the University concentrate on academics, which needs attention since it's one of the top "party schools" in the nation with plenty of crime on the campus. It would make these lemmings' heads spin. I'd love to see it. Everyone who treated Paterno and the football program like they were gods helped build up this mentality and ego by every one of those who covered up Sandusky's sick acts. They were more concerned about their image and football resumes than the kids, the law and just doing what's right.
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Old 07-12-2012, 11:17 AM   #395
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The big Joe Pa lie from what I understand is he stated he didnt know about the 98 incident, which now the report stated he was fully aware.

I dont think "death penalty" would be appropriate for the program, but a very severe penalty should be implicated based on the cover up and the lack of instituational control.

The lawsuits are going to be massive. Feel sorry for the students and alum. I have no sympathy for BOT, Pres, Joe Pa and his damn family, AD or the football team as a whole.


Spanier must believe we are all idiots.

State College, PA - Spanier Tells Freeh Investigators He was Not Aware of Any Child Sexual Abuse by Sandusky

No guys, I didn't know anything about this even though you have direct evidence via my emails that I sent to others.




Another good write up on Freeh's report. Has it broken down.

Freeh report on Penn State and Sandusky: complete coverage | PennLive.com

Many props to the patriot news for their coverage through out this process. I do believe the woman that started this whole thing out won a Pulitzer for her journalism.

Sara Ganim, 24, wins Pulitzer for coverage of Penn State sex abuse scandal | Poynter.
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The big Joe Pa lie from what I understand is he stated he didnt know about the 98 incident, which now the report stated he was fully aware.

I dont think "death penalty" would be appropriate for the program, but a very severe penalty should be implicated based on the cover up and the lack of instituational control.

The lawsuits are going to be massive. Feel sorry for the students and alum. I have no sympathy for BOT, Pres, Joe Pa and his damn family, AD or the football team as a whole.
SMU got it for paying out a total of $61K to players and Eric Dickerson got a Trans Am.

You don't think an entire football staff and probably players over a decade covering up rapes of kids, plus supporting a fake charity to lure in victims is worse? The whole University from the President and Athletic Director down to janitors who stated they knew about the cover-up are guilty here.
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Forget the death penalty for the football team. That's not enough. DOE needs to pull all federal aid to the university. Means no funding and no scholarships for anyone. Will totally cripple the university, the community, and unfortunately probably even people who don't deserve to be punished. But no punishment is really punishment enough is kind of how I feel at the moment.
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Forget the death penalty for the football team. That's not enough. DOE needs to pull all federal aid to the university. Means no funding and no scholarships for anyone. Will totally cripple the university, the community, and unfortunately probably even people who don't deserve to be punished. But no punishment is really punishment enough is kind of how I feel at the moment.
I agree.





Also, I hope Scott Paterno gets hit by a bus. It's saddening to hear these clowns defend such horrible behavior. Amazing the values they teach our young. He's a coward and liar much like his father. Guess the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree.

Joe Paterno's family: Coach 'did not suspect (Sandusky) was a pedophile' | PennLive.com
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Unbelievable, in Sandusky's retirment package he personally requested: free lifetime use of the East Area Locker Room facilities.

This is in 1999, i mean good lord they gave him a safe haven to rape children on their campus!!!!
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Unbelievable, in Sandusky's retirment package he personally requested: free lifetime use of the East Area Locker Room facilities.

This is in 1999, i mean good lord they gave him a safe haven to rape children on their campus!!!!
NOT only that, but JoePa gave him to option to continue coaching.

Joe Paterno Gave Jerry Sandusky The Option To Keep Coaching "As Long As He Was The Coach"





The actually rehired him after his retirement.

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A month into retirement proceedings, AD Tim Curley applied to have Sandusky reemployed as an "emergency hire." It was granted, and Sandusky was re-hired for 95 days, at the same salary plus a six percent cost-of-living increase. In December of that year, Sandusky brought Victim 4 along to the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, and assaulted him at the team hotel.
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Also, I hope Scott Paterno gets hit by a bus. It's saddening to hear these clowns defend such horrible behavior. Amazing the values they teach our young. He's a coward and liar much like his father. Guess the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree.

Joe Paterno's family: Coach 'did not suspect (Sandusky) was a pedophile' | PennLive.com
Sandusky's wife was listening to rapes from her basement. She needs to go down too.
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OH...MY...

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I would send my kid there if he wanted to go he wasn’t rappin (he means "raping") football players that’s a great program that joe pa ran
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It's sick to hear how deep this went. They should just burn the school down.

Anyone who is still defending Joe Pa at this point just needs to stick a gun in their mouth.
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and wtf is this:

"A lot of stuff get swept under the rug at university’s don’t understand why penn state had to tell the media we got a coach rapping kids"

So Roddy White doesnt understand why Penn St should make it known a child molester is football coach?

I see Roddy conjugates his verbs Warpath style:"rapping" kinda like "hatting". Those silent e are a mutherf*cker.
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Old 07-12-2012, 03:53 PM   #405
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Yeah, the school really learned something didn't it? STILL trying to protect their image even after all this. It's a shame the NCAA isn't going to give them the death penalty in this.



TVs at PSU student center suddenly change channels away from Freeh announcement | CollegeFootballTalk

TVs at PSU student center suddenly switched to public access

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The handful of students and alumni that gathered in Penn State's student center this morning to watch the release of the Freeh report live were stunned when the channel suddenly switched.

While most of campus was still sleepy, the small group was viewing CNN on a large screen, or one of several smaller screens nearby, in anticipation of the 9 a.m. release of the report on the sex abuse scandal that has gripped the school.

Most were hoping that the report, part of a seven-month probe by former FBI Director Louis Freeh, would exonerate legendary football coach Joe Paterno.

But, just as an anchor was ready to speak about the report, the television screens suddenly went blank. They then turned to a public access channel featuring a reporter from The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown about the state budget.

**** these guys. I hope the school burns to the ground.
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