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Friday, November 11, 2011

Updates at Pedophile State University Friday morning

With apologies to all the good people at Penn State but I will continue to call you that until everyone is fired, and you hire an independant lawfirm to review this situation, and for good sakes tear those showers

Guys 80% chance McQueary or his dad is the whistler blower or one of them to State's AG. Think about it, why else would he still be there?

McQueary will not attend Nebraska game; his father says he'd speak if he could

The father of Penn State assistant coach Mike McQueary says if he could, his son would discuss the child sex abuse scandal that has led to the firing of coach Joe Paterno.
“It’s not that he’s not willing,” John J. McQueary, told The New York Times. “I think it’s eating him up not to be able to tell his side, but he’s under investigation by the grand jury. He’ll make it. He’s a tough kid.”
Penn State assistant Mike McQueary, left, has come under fire for not doing more to stop the child sex abuse he witnessed in 2002. (AP Photo)
McQueary has for now been retained by the university, but will not coach Saturday against Nebraska because of multiple threats made against him, the school announced Thursday night. He won't even be in attendance at the game. But everyone around McQueary—Paterno, athletic director Tim Curley, vice president of finance Gary Schultz and school president Graham Spanier—have either lost their jobs, stepped down or stepped aside. Former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is facing 40 criminal sex charges. Schultz and Curley have been charged with perjury for allegedly lying under oath.
And McQueary, the man who told prosecutors he saw Sandusky sexually assaulting one of the alleged eight victims, has remained unscathed. McQueary says he told Paterno what he’d witnessed on March 1, 2002, and more than a week later, shared the same story with Curley and Schultz—that upon going into the locker room to put away a pair of shoes and grab some film around 9:30 p.m., he heard activity in the shower. He turned to see Sandusky having sex with a boy who appeared to be about 10 years old.
McQueary called his father, a prominent local youth coach and an executive for a large medical and surgical group. The young coach never tried to stop the assault and never called police, and for that he has come under extreme scrutiny.
According to sources who spoke to the Times, McQueary did not withhold details when he talked to Paterno the morning after the alleged incident.
Weeks later, Times sources say, he was told Sandusky would be prohibited from bringing children from his charity, The Second Mile, onto campus. There is no way of telling today whether McQueary, who is married and has a young child, was angered or satisfied with the university’s response.
Now, McQueary is expected to be a key witness for the prosecution’s case against Sandusky, Curley and Schultz. The man he admired and loved, Paterno, is out.
The State College, Pa. native who wanted nothing more as a kid than to play at Penn State is in the line of fire, deservedly so or not. Like Paterno, he has not been implicated by authorities for any wrongdoing.
After redshirting one year, then playing behind Kerry Collins and Wally Richardson, he got his first break as a senior. The Nittany Lions started the year ranked No. 1 in the country and finished 9-3 in 1997.
McQueary never caught on in professional football and returned to school in 1999 to pursue his master’s degree. He joined the staff as a graduate assistant in 2000 and soon was made a full-time member of the staff, working as the receivers coach and recruiting coordinator.
His shock of bright orange hair got plenty of attention. He was also often singled out by Paterno on the sidelines when the coach was angry. When Paterno, 84, had to lead from the coaches’ box this season due to an injury, he communicated through one person on the sidelines: McQueary.
He’ll have just as big of a role, if not bigger, when he's back on the sidelines. Asked Thursday why McQueary is still on the staff and Paterno is not, Bradley did not answer.
The investigation, he said, continues and he’s been advised by council to not speak about the case.
McQueary isn’t talking either. But if he could, he would, his father says.

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JOE PA hires criminal lawyer.

Sacked Penn State Joe Paterno hires criminal lawyer, reports claim

Penn State University struggled to stem the damage from a sex abuse scandal that ended the career of American football coach Joe Paterno, one of the most revered figures in US sports.

Sacked Penn State Joe Paterno hires criminal lawyer, reports claim
Former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky (left) and Joe Paterno Photo: AP/GETTY IMAGES
Mr Paterno, 84, was sacked on Wednesday after it was revealed he was told in 2002 that his former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky engaged in allegedly sexually inappropriate behavior with a young boy in a campus locker room. While Paterno told his boss, he did not call the police.
NBC News reported that Paterno had hired prominent Washington criminal defense lawyer J. Sedgwick Sollers. Paterno has not been charged with any crimes in the Sandusky case.
A spokesman for Sollers' firm, King and Spalding, could not confirm the report. But Scott Paterno, one of Paterno's sons, tweeted: "No lawyer has been retained."
Separately, the university's athletic department said that Mike McQueary, one of the football team's coaches and a central figure in the sex abuse scandal, would not take part in Saturday's game against the University of Nebraska. It cited "multiple threats" against him.
McQueary was a graduate assistant in 2002 when he saw Sandusky allegedly raping a young boy in the locker room showers. He reported the incident to his supervisors, including Paterno, but not to the police.
Police have plans to boost security at Penn State's final home football game on Saturday, although interim head coach Tom Bradley said he was not concerned about the safety of players.
"We are obviously in a very unprecedented situation," Bradley told a news conference. "I am going to find a way to restore confidence and start a healing process with everybody."
Sandusky was charged on Saturday with sexually abusing eight young boys over more than a decade and former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley and former finance official Gary Schultz, were charged with failing to report an incident.
Sandusky, Curley and Schultz have all denied the charges.
Along with Paterno, Penn State University President Graham Spanier was also fired after 16 years in the job.
In a statement hours before he was sacked on Wednesday, Paterno announced he would resign and said, "With the benefit of hindsight, I wish I had done more."
He met his legal obligation by reporting the abuse allegation to Curley, legal experts said.
But he stands accused of moral failings for not calling police.
Locals call into sports shows etc saying rumors for years that Sandusty was running a child sex ring for prominaent alumini. Think Vanilla sky with little boys. Can this get any worse?

Mark Madden Floats Jerry Sandusky Child Sex Ring Rumor

by NowPublic Staff | November 10, 2011 at 03:24 pm
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Was Jerry Sandusky Running a Child Sex Ring through Second Mile?
Radio host Mark Madden went on Boston's WEEI and said, "There's a rumor that there will be a more shocking development from the Second Mile Foundation -- and hold on, this is gross, I will use the only language I can -- that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors. That is being investigated by two prominent columnists even as I speak."
Deadspin's Dom Cosentino, describing Mark Madden as a "professional troll", isn't entirely ready to believe the radio personality without some sort of proof. The Sandusky sex-ring story has been knocking around the internet already, but that doesn't make it fact.
Cosentino cites an exchange with an unnamed Pittburgh journalist, who warns that, while Mark Madden may be a troll, he used to be a good reporter. (Just because he covers professional wrestling, doesn't mean he's not good at his job.)
A rumor like this has legs because it makes an already-horrible story even worse. After all, the Second Mile Foundation has tremendous reach in Pennsylvania, and knew about the allegations against Jerry Sandusky for 10 years before even starting to do anything about it. Jerry Sandusky was indicted by a grand jury of sexual assaulting eight boys between 1994 and 2009.

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Questions remain at Penn State

By Brian Tabakin
November 11, 2011
Section: Sports

Even though Penn State fired Joe Paterno, the all-time leader in Football Bowl Series (FBS) wins with 409 during his 46-year career, significant questions still have to be answered. Who knew what and when? Will there be any consequences for assistant coach Mike McQueary, who saw Jerry Sandusky raping a 10-year-old boy in the shower but failed to call the police? Perhaps the most damning question that will arise from this entire scandal is why nothing was done sooner.
Penn State knew about the allegations concerning Jerry Sandusky’s sexual abuse of young boys since 2002. According to the grand jury investigation, on March 1, 2002, then-Penn State graduate assistant Mike McQueary entered the locker room at the Lasch Football Building in order to retrieve a pair of sneakers. While in the locker room, McQueary heard “rhythmic slapping sounds” coming from the shower, which he believed were those of sexual activity. McQueary looked into the shower and saw a 10-year-old naked boy being subjected to anal sex by a naked Sandusky. McQueary immediately left distraught and called his father to ask for his advice. His father told him to call Coach Paterno, then-head football coach of Penn State, and report to him what he had seen. The glaring question in this whole sequence is why didn’t McQueary stop the rape? He saw Sandusky anally raping a young boy but did nothing to stop it. McQueary could have protected the boy and gotten Sandusky to stop. Instead, McQueary just left while the boy continued to be raped. He didn’t even call the police.
Paterno testified that he met with McQueary the next morning. Paterno then called Penn State Athletic Director Tim Curley to report what McQueary had told him. What is astonishing and utterly criminal is that Curley did not contact McQueary or act on the news for a week and a half. Three weeks after the meeting, the only action that had been taken was that Sandusky’s keys to the locker room had been revoked and that the “incident” was reported to Sandusky’s foundation, The Second Mile. Not once in this entire one-month period did anyone call the police.
The Second Mile Foundation was founded by Sandusky. It focused on helping children with dysfunctional and abusive families. The program’s specific mission is to “help children who need additional support and would benefit from positive human interaction.” Instead, Sandusky took advantage of little boys who had no where else to turn. They had come to Sandusky and his foundation to escape their families and try to live a better life but instead they were subjected to sexual abuse.
According to the aforementioned grand jury report, in May 1998 Sandusky told the mother of one of his many victims, “I wish I could get forgiveness. I know I won’t get it from you. I wish I were dead.” That sounds like a pretty rock-solid admission of guilt. Furthermore, in 1998 the State College police, where Penn State is located, concluded that there wasn’t enough evidence to arrest Sandusky even though he admitted to “hugging” a naked 11-year-old boy in the shower.
Penn State knew about these allegations in March 2002. But, just two weeks ago, Sandusky was seen using the weight room on the Penn State campus.
Despite knowing of these allegations Penn State never lifted a finger to stop it. The university was more worried about its football program and image instead of protecting the victims. Coach Paterno was more focused on breaking the record for all-time wins in a Division I football program than he was of stopping a sexual predator.
The question that must be asked going forward is why nothing was done sooner. Paterno and Curley both had the power to stop this monster yet neither of them did anything. It begs the question of whether Penn State knowingly and intentionally covered up these allegations and let Sandusky continue to prey on little boys in order to protect its image or was merely negligent.
In the coming weeks, many facts will be revealed. Already more disturbing reports are coming out of Penn State. According to Mark Madden, a prominent radio host in Pittsburgh, in an interview on the WEEI sports radio network, Sandusky is rumored to have been “pimping out” boys to prominent donors of the Second Mile Foundation. Put simply, Sandusky may have been running a child prostitution ring.
Many will cry foul that poor old Joe is being scapegoated in this whole scandal but these people fail to realize the most important issue: Joe Paterno is not the victim here. The victims are the 20 and counting boys that were sexually abused and raped by Jerry Sandusky. In the history of sports there have been numerous scandals; however, this is already the worst scandal in the history of sports and there is much information still to be released.

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Look for Sandusty Suicide or apparent suicide soon so that they can bury him with his secrets. We already have a missing DA, and missing tapes, etc. Looks like to me that they are more powerful people involved in this than just a football coach. But it is probably best for all involved to spin it that way. Why is out walking the streets? He will be dead within a week.

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