Friday, November 18, 2011

The Likelihood of Reform Hinges on the Ability to Uncover the Truth.

Like the driest of paper, the Penn State investigation was so close to bursting into flames that all it took was an infinitesimally small spark: one random message on a PSU football message board, to re-ignite it.  This message conveyed the idea that there might be a PSU coach who saw something, but wasn't talking, which led investigators to Mike McQueary, who finally opened up about what he knew about Jerry Sandusky's sexual abuse of children.  Although, it's been suggested that the case was kept under wraps until after Joe Paterno broke the record for wins by a Division One coach; however, even if that is true, it goes way beyond Paterno. 


The circumstances surrounding this case - Sandusky's confession in 1998, Gricar’s dropping the case against Sandusky in 1998, the silence of all those powerful men at Penn State that knew of Sandusky’s perversion, Gricar’s disappearance and the Second Mile Foundation - leads those of us with inquiring minds to think that this may have been an open secret, a cover-up, but the very fact that PSU wants to investigate itself, will undoubtedly transform this possibility into probability in those inquiring minds. There needs to be an investigation by someone who has no association whatsoever with the PA political structure. There is no doubt that this went on thanks to the complicity of law enforcement and people in high places, in on the cover-up.

Moreover, Governor Corbett's decision to approve a $3 million dollar grant to the Second Mile charity,, while he knew about the Sandusky sex abuse investigation during his time as attorney general demands that an independent third party investigate this matter.

The problem is finding someone(s) with the appropriate credentials, without any affiliation to Penn State, and in my humble opinion, without any affiliation to Pennsylvania at all. Everyone will be satisfied once Sandusky gets what's coming to him without realizing that the organized abuse of children - elite pedophile rings - is a reality, that goes way beyond Sandusky.  And by the very nature of these rings, they are protected by a vast network of high profile people with an abundance of power. So, it appears that evil will prevail once again, and none will be the wiser.

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Web of liability may extend far beyond Penn State University

1 comments:

Anonymous,  13:04  

An impressive share! I've just forwarded this onto a coworker who has been conducting a little homework on this. And he in fact bought me dinner due to the fact that I discovered it for him... lol. So allow me to reword this.... Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time to talk about this subject here on your blog.

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