jokerswild1130 wrote:As a 2nd generation PSU alumni...I was horrified and saddened to hear about this. Paterno could and should have done more than just alert the administration. I can't figure out why he said and did nothing when Sandusky was not led out in handcuffs the following week after he met with the AD.
Administration's duties. Don't blame Joepa for doing what is mandated.
Hell, no one even knows whats what yet as all anyone has on this as far as I've heard as late as this morning is a bunch of speculative banter from drama queens at this point. All I'm saying. Its a horrible act if its all true or the severity of it is as terrible as its being reported.. as it is waaaay too many ifs yet.
Its a crazy issue but I find it hilarious people blaming someone else for something another did after said person apparently reported it to his authoritative body.. f'd up
wooohhh...im not going to argue with you over this issue man. It's not debatable. Given what we know right now, that Joepa did nothing more than report it to his superiors AND Joepa knew
that this guy was banned
from the campus with his childrens football camp. Joepah was OBLIGATED to go to the police. It was a coverup. He is the face and voice and backbone of that place. Do you know that the guy who saw this happen and reported was paid off and rose steadily up the ranks at Penn State? Do not think for ONE minute that Joepa said nothing to the press, nothing to the Police for any other reason than he was protecting the school, just like the Catholic Church protected it's own from scandal.
Any child that was harmed after Joepah knew of the incident is directly on him. Nobody else. He's the power and voice of that school. Ridiculous to say anything other than that.