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Old 11-08-2011, 09:04 AM   #31
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Wow, here I was thinking to myself a human being would see the abuse, put a stop to it immediately and call the police right away. Who the fck reports it to their boss? The POS person who saw it should be the first person to be put down for this heinous crimes.
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:16 AM   #32
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There was a Sandusky in Baltimore that reports sports (don't know if he still does), anyone know if he is any relation? Just curious.
Still does. Gerry. His dad Alex was a guard with the Colts.

This Sandusky has a nice who is basically the Morocco Brown of the Cleveland Browns. As expected, he's taken a leave of absence.

And Nemo, I understand your allegiance to Penn State but this is bigger than any school allegiance in my opinion. I doubt you'd be whistling a simmer tune if the coach in question was Bob Stoops, and not Joe Pa.
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Wow, here I was thinking to myself a human being would see the abuse, put a stop to it immediately and call the police right away. Who the fck reports it to their boss? The POS person who saw it should be the first person to be put down for this heinous crimes.
I mean, even these guys know what to do:

Police arrest man for child pornography after tipoff from burglars - CNN.com

Seriously bad sh** should happen to anyone who had knowledge and passed it off.
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:32 AM   #34
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Michael Tomasky: Penn State Coach Joe Paterno’s Moral Fall - The Daily Beast
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:37 AM   #35
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Still does. Gerry. His dad Alex was a guard with the Colts.

This Sandusky has a nice who is basically the Morocco Brown of the Cleveland Browns. As expected, he's taken a leave of absence.

And Nemo, I understand your allegiance to Penn State but this is bigger than any school allegiance in my opinion. I doubt you'd be whistling a simmer tune if the coach in question was Bob Stoops, and not Joe Pa.
I don't know what a simmer tune is. I don't know what I'd say if the coach in question was Bob Stoops. I don't think Bob Stoops has five decades of integrity to fall back on. We don't have enough information but I think his career entitles Paterno to some benefit of doubt. And I can assure you this has little to do with "allegiance." I've been the most open Paterno detractor in the world for 10 plus years. I think his exit would be the best thing that could happen for the program. I just think calling him a ****er and wishing that his old ass burns in hell is a little premature.
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:44 AM   #36
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I don't know what a simmer tune is. I don't know what I'd say if the coach in question was Bob Stoops. I don't think Bob Stoops has five decades of integrity to fall back on. We don't have enough information but I think his career entitles Paterno to some benefit of doubt. And I can assure you this has little to do with "allegiance." I've been the most open Paterno detractor in the world for 10 plus years. I think his exit would be the best thing that could happen for the program. I just think calling him a ****er and wishing that his old ass burns in hell is a little premature.
Whoops...similar.

All fair points. I think Paterno should step down immediately. That's just one man's opinion
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Whoops...similar.

All fair points. I think Paterno should step down immediately. That's just one man's opinion
Well looks like consensus is forming pretty quickly and it agrees with you. At the least Paterno does immediately owe us more than we were all fooled.
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:55 AM   #38
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I think the bottomline is Joe Pa was clearly aware a possible henious crime was committed by an eyewittness, the question is why didnt he call the authorities or ensure a call was made to authorities?

I dont think Joe Pa lives by the street code of "stop snitching"
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:05 AM   #39
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Wow, here I was thinking to myself a human being would see the abuse, put a stop to it immediately and call the police right away. Who the fck reports it to their boss? The POS person who saw it should be the first person to be put down for this heinous crimes.
No doubt. Graduate assistant who's now a WR coach? Wouldn't surprise me if he was told not to go to the police and in return he got a bit of a promotion. Not saying that's what happened, but it wouldn't surprise me
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F-ing predator, and those that covered for him, should not see the light of day except through bars ever again.

Joe Pa you failed miserably, acknowledge your failure, express remorse and step down immediately.
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Joe Paterno, Penn State football coach, at center of an unholy mess - NY Daily News

Lupica states my reaction if i woulda witnessed that in the boys shower. Sandusky woulda ended up in the hospital and lost all his teeth
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Old 11-08-2011, 12:17 PM   #42
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All of the things Joe Pa has done means absolutely nothing now. He had a chance to do what's right and chose to look the other way. I don't normally wish bad things on people, but I hope every single one of these guys die a horrible death. Here's to hoping they get hit by buses while crossing the street.
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It looks like this may be the end of JoePa...

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/09/sp...ml?_r=1&src=tp
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One of many people who need to step down.
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One of many people who need to step down.
Makes you wonder if the Board of Trustees knew. No doubt the President, university attorney (if he was remotely aware), and Joe Pa should be out the door. I mean, none of this "resign" crap, I mean a foot up the ass as in FIRED. How can anybody in the top administration keep their jobs after this? Hell, even that WR coach (the GA that saw it) should lose his job as well.
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