Thursday, July 12, 2012


It'd be one thing - not right, but a different level of wrong - if they covered up one event and shooed him away. But they enabled him for years.
The investigation revealed "a decision by Spanier, Schultz, Paterno and Curley to allow Sandusky to retire in 1999, not as a suspected child predator, but as a valued member of the Penn State football legacy, with future 'visibility' at Penn State and ways 'to continue to work with young people through Penn State,' essentially granting him license to bring boys to campus facilities for “grooming” as targets for his assaults."