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bn7
08-10-2012, 04:57 PM
sh*ts bout to get realer it appears.


New explosive child sexual abuse charges against Jerry Sandusky and Penn State are being investigated by federal law enforcement officials, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively. Both the FBI and a criminal investigative division of the United States Postal Service are looking into the possible existence of a ****phile ring that involved Sandusky sharing boys with other men connected to Penn State. Sandusky was recently convicted on 45 counts of child sexual abuse. "Investigators have interviewed at least one man who claims to have knowledge of Sandusky and a very prominent man, with strong ties to Penn State, both sexually abusing a boy," a source familiar with the situation told RadarOnline.com.

Criminal investigators from the United States Postal Inspectors are involved because sexual material involving underage boys may have been transmitted through the mail. The source says that the postal service seems to be leading this investigation, although Radar has not confirmed that information.

"The investigation is in its early stages," the source added. "They have not yet cast a wide net but it is ongoing and it is serious. The new investigation is also looking at if boys from the Second Mile charity were shared by Sandusky with other men. The name of at least one very rich and powerful man connected to the university has come up in this new investigation."
http://www.whptv.com/news/local/story/Federal-investigation-underway-into-possible/3WvDpwwrokitU0J9cvEsCg.cspx

Man the more that comes out the worse it gets, some seriously fukked up sh*t went on there. Now supposedly a powerful booster is tied into this, oh lawd.

Sorry4TheDwight
08-10-2012, 05:01 PM
no one cares bro and by bro i mean phaggot

Gator286
08-10-2012, 05:01 PM
Oh ****, USPS on the case

PatrickBateman1
08-10-2012, 05:03 PM
Heard about this today, don't think it's on ESPN yet. If there's real proof and the names of those involved are big names... holy shiit I don't even know what will happen.

wildchild11
08-10-2012, 05:03 PM
Rumors are that Sandusky and a ring of high profile donors were pimping little boys.

JaZart
08-10-2012, 05:04 PM
...lawd

bobcat11
08-10-2012, 05:17 PM
haha penn state what a disgrace they should probably just close the whole school down

good luck getting jobs people at penn state

thegenerel
08-10-2012, 05:22 PM
1) this is old as hell


haha penn state what a disgrace they should probably just close the whole school down

good luck getting jobs people at penn state

2) you are a total moron. I have read plenty of stupid opinions but this is amongst the most absurd.

caerus13
08-10-2012, 05:26 PM
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57491185/feds-probe-possible-sandusky-child-porn-ring/

I read it was a child porn ring, so just sharing files and chit?

Tyler44
08-10-2012, 05:27 PM
The super adventure club episode of South Park keeps coming to mind

Nara62629
08-10-2012, 05:29 PM
fuark, this pissed me off so much...

dontwanttoliveinthisworld.jpg

Heaney
08-10-2012, 05:30 PM
Wonder why Penn St took like 4 minutes to agree to NCAA sanctions.....

bobcat11
08-10-2012, 05:36 PM
1) this is old as hell



2) you are a total moron. I have read plenty of stupid opinions but this is amongst the most absurd.

jimmies are rustled

i'd be mad too if i rooted for the most disgraced uni in the US

NorrinRadd12
08-10-2012, 05:41 PM
http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/Hello_a3dc8e_391189.jpg

TTexasTT
08-10-2012, 05:53 PM
Its a damn shame. If I were employed by the school or even a student, Id attempt to put some distance between myself and whole fuked up situation.

Bucher15
08-13-2012, 07:52 PM
Come on now, this comes out and all you can think about is Penn State? What about the high profile politicians that this thing rises to. Do some research into the Franklin Cover Up/Scandal. It's pretty obvious to me that the dots all align between these two cases. Hell this thing could go as high as Capitol Hill and all you guys wanna focus on is Penn State. Also, notice how no major media outlets are even reporting on this side of the story. Jerry Sandusky was a nobody in comparison to how high this goes.

AriGhold
08-13-2012, 07:55 PM
this was mentioned last fall right after the story broke. i kind of assumed there was no substance to it since nothing came of it during the trial. but then a few weeks ago i heard that the investigation was underway and that this might have been why penn state was so interested in settling the NCAA punishment and went down without a fight.

Lunatic
08-13-2012, 07:57 PM
Wow... just wow.

Penn State should have no athletics programs if true...

BenadrylBandit
08-13-2012, 08:01 PM
If true, Death Penalty for ever plz.

The amount of butt hurt that would come from the PSU drones would be astronomical. They are so ****ing delusional, complaining about the sanctions when they narrowly avoided a 4 year DP.

Bucher15
08-13-2012, 08:02 PM
Wow... just wow.

Penn State should have no athletics programs if true...

But just ignore the politicians involved? Do some research.

evansanity
08-13-2012, 08:04 PM
Wonder if Chris "birdman" anderson was in on it. Wonder if jerry sandusky was a 4channer..

Bucher15
08-13-2012, 08:07 PM
If true, Death Penalty for ever plz.

The amount of butt hurt that would come from the PSU drones would be astronomical. They are so ****ing delusional, complaining about the sanctions when they narrowly avoided a 4 year DP.

Do you even understand the implications of this? The involvement of Penn State would be minuscule in comparison to what possibly could have been going on. I don't think you understand the situation. Watch the documentary called "Conspiracy of Silence" about the Franklin Scandal. That might paint a better picture for you. Also, look into the Bush connection in the 2 charities involved in these two scandals....it's mind blowing.

Lunatic
08-13-2012, 08:08 PM
But just ignore the politicians involved? Do some research.Please show me where I said ignore the politicians.

Bucher15
08-13-2012, 08:09 PM
Please show me where I said ignore the politicians.

See above post....I think you're missing the point as well. I've been saying that this goes much higher all along, yet all you people want to focus on is Penn State. Notice how the MSM is ignoring this whole side of it.....shocker.

Lunatic
08-13-2012, 08:14 PM
See above post....I think you're missing the point as well. I've been saying that this goes much higher all along, yet all you people want to focus on is Penn State. Notice how the MSM is ignoring this whole side of it.....shocker.I want EVERYONE, government officials included, that had some involvement in this of any kind put to death. If they knew about it and said nothing, they should be given the death penalty. I don't want any politician to escape conviction from this. The whole situation is a tragedy. Never said otherwise.

bn7
08-13-2012, 08:14 PM
lol Bucher, do you just search for Penn State threads or something? I've never seen you post in sports misc about anything but Penn state. Strong 3 day bump.

BenadrylBandit
08-13-2012, 08:15 PM
See above post....I think you're missing the point as well. I've been saying that this goes much higher all along, yet all you people want to focus on is Penn State. Notice how the MSM is ignoring this whole side of it.....shocker.

First I hear of this going "higher up", simply because media hasn't covered that. Not ignoring the fact, just not aware of the fact.

tmc.
08-13-2012, 08:16 PM
Heard about this today, don't think it's on ESPN yet. If there's real proof and the names of those involved are big names... holy shiit I don't even know what will happen.

If it's not on ESPN, it probably means it's true.

brb ESPN

brb Bernie Fine

brb Saints wiretapping

brb TMZ of sports now

Bucher15
08-13-2012, 08:16 PM
lol Bucher, do you just search for Penn State threads or something? I've never seen you post in sports misc about anything but Penn state. Strong 3 day bump.

No, I saw this a few days ago, but I wanted to do some digging of my own before I made a post. Seriously, look into what I've posted if you have time....it really is mind blowing.

Lunatic
08-13-2012, 08:20 PM
Pop Quiz: What’s the relationship between the following two statements which have appeared in recent news articles:

1) “Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s national profile rises in the wake of Penn State scandal.”

2) “Tom Corbett has been mentioned as a possible Vice Presidential candidate.”

Strangely, they are inversely proportional. When one’s profile rises, that’s typically a good thing. But as the nation learns about some very disturbing actions of Corbett related to the Penn State scandal, his Veep chances are plummeting. As a direct result, his chances of ever being a heartbeat away are between zero and forgetaboutit.

At this rate, he may be lucky just to survive his first term.

Why the cover-up, and how far up the ladder did it go? Why the lack of swift action, from not just the University, but from law enforcement? And how could football --- no matter how storied a program --- have risen above the protection of innocent children?

These questions were supposed to be answered by a thorough and unbiased investigation by the state Attorney General’s Office. But as more information emerges on that front, the less faith people have that justice has been --- or will be --- served.

Enter Tom Corbett.

For better or worse, Corbett has been a quiet, behind-the-scenes governor during his first year in office. Yet he felt compelled to address the state and national media on the scandal. In doing so, he said more in one press conference than he had in his entire governorship, despite the fact that he declined to answer most questions.

Interestingly, Corbett is wearing three hats. He is the Governor of a state that contributes millions to Penn State. He is a Penn State Board Trustee who participated in Board decisions, including the firings of Joe Paterno and University President Graham Spanier. And most significantly, he is the former Attorney General who launched the child molestation investigation of former football coach Jerry Sandusky in 2009.

Corbett has attempted to have the best of both worlds: national publicity where he touts the virtues of morality, and a free pass on accountability because of alleged confidentiality issues. But that tactic has backfired, as the media spotlight turned on Corbett himself. The more that is learned about Corbett’s actions --- and inactions --- regarding the investigation, the more his credibility tanks.

Consider:

1) It took substantially longer for the Attorney General’s office to bring charges against Sandusky than it did for numerous politicians to be indicted in the Bonusgate corruption probe. Bonusgate was a very complex investigation involving crafty politicians with the best lawyers money could buy. Since much of what was being investigated in Bonusgate was not run-of-the mill illegalities, the investigators had to overcome a hefty, time-consuming learning curve to understand the subject matter.

So how can such a complicated investigation come to fruition more quickly than a black-and-white child rape case? And where is the rule against making an initial arrest to get the molester off the street --- and warn the public --- while continuing to build the case?

Given the appalling nature of the alleged crimes, and the real possibility that more young children were molested during the three year investigation, why did the Attorney General wait so long to make the staffing level as robust as it should have been from the start?

If the answer is that resources were limited --- sorry, try again. As bad as other crimes may have been, such as those committed in Bonusgate, no one was physically hurt and the welfare of children was never an issue. Giving priority to children who are at risk of rape and molestation is a no-brainer. But inexplicably, that wasn’t done.

The Governor continues to defend his actions --- scolding those who dare question him --- by stating that it takes time to build such a case and that he can’t comment further, but three years? That’s an insult to everyone, especially the victims. Again, you can’t have it both ways, grandstanding for political points but clamming up when the questions get tough.

And fair or not, many are now asking if the investigation was delayed so that Corbett could avoid being the gubernatorial candidate who took down Joe Paterno and Penn State --- both wildly popular among the hundreds of thousands of alumni living in the state.

2) This one is simply incomprehensible.

In yet another instance of Corbett finishing what former Democratic Governor Ed Rendell started (others being $20 million of taxpayer money to renovate the Yankees’ AAA stadium, and $42 million to bail out the Philadelphia Shipyard to build ships with no buyers), the Governor personally approved a $3 million taxpayer-funded grant to Sandusky’s Second Mile charity --- just four months ago!

That bears repeating. Tom Corbett, with full knowledge that Sandusky was under investigation for multiple child rapes, still approved the money to his charity.

How is that possible? And why on earth is the national media not yet running with this?

In a response that was offensive to any rational person, here’s what his spokesman said, as reported in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review:

“He (Corbett) couldn't block that (grant) from going forward because of what he knew as attorney general…He couldn't let on to anyone (including the governor's office) what he knew….”

That is so wrong that it begs the question as to the real motivation behind approving the grant.

First, the fact that so many people had been interviewed by the grand jury made the investigation anything but a secret. Second, the Harrisburg Patriot News reported on the grand jury investigation ---- in March. Corbett approved the funds --- in July! So not wanting to “let on” was clearly bogus. The investigation was already well-established in the public domain.

Secondly, there was an incredibly easy way to deal with the grant without tipping off anyone: simply strike it. After all, the budget Corbett signed cut everything else, so a grant to a charity would have been seen as just another casualty of financial cutbacks.

Veto the grant (why taxpayers are funding that in the first place is obscene, but that’s another story) and be done with it. It should have been that easy. But it didn’t happen.

Why?

Well, consider if the following may have had anything to do with it. According to the sports website Deadspin.com, past and present board members of the Second Mile, along with their businesses and families, have donated more than $640,000 to Corbett since 2003.

That interesting --- and massively significant --- point seemed to have slipped the Governor’s mind during his press conferences. Go figure.

Something is rotten to the core about how this whole affair has been investigated. It’s time for the Feds to take the lead role in uncovering the whole truth, and that includes possibly looking into the Attorney General’s investigation.

It’s clear the Board of Trustees cannot be counted upon to conduct an unbiased investigation, nor can the local police, and, sadly, even the Attorney General’s office. And nothing emanating from the Governor’s office on this issue can be taken at face value.

In discussing why Paterno and Spanier were fired, the Governor said, “…the Board lost confidence in their ability to lead Penn State through this time and into the future.”

With all the opportunities Tom Corbett has had to play it straight with the people of Pennsylvania --- especially the victims --- on his dealings with the Penn State issue, he hasn’t done so.

And that has caused an ever-increasing number of people to lose confidence in his ability to lead.

There is a great scene in the movie The American President where Richard Dreyfuss suggests that being president “was, to a certain extent, about character.” And in classic Michael Douglas style, he replies, “I can tell you, without hesitation, that being President is entirely about character.”

Well, character isn’t limited to the Oval Office. It resides in every one of us --- and that includes Governors, Trustees, coaches, police and investigators.

Moving forward, let’s demand that a basic legal and moral principle be followed to the very end:

Fiat justitia ruat caelum ---"Let justice be done though the heavens fall."

The victims deserve no less.

BenadrylBandit
08-13-2012, 08:26 PM
Pop Quiz: What’s the relationship between the following two statements which have appeared in recent news articles:

1) “Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s national profile rises in the wake of Penn State scandal.”

2) “Tom Corbett has been mentioned as a possible Vice Presidential candidate.”

Strangely, they are inversely proportional. When one’s profile rises, that’s typically a good thing. But as the nation learns about some very disturbing actions of Corbett related to the Penn State scandal, his Veep chances are plummeting. As a direct result, his chances of ever being a heartbeat away are between zero and forgetaboutit.

At this rate, he may be lucky just to survive his first term.

Why the cover-up, and how far up the ladder did it go? Why the lack of swift action, from not just the University, but from law enforcement? And how could football --- no matter how storied a program --- have risen above the protection of innocent children?

These questions were supposed to be answered by a thorough and unbiased investigation by the state Attorney General’s Office. But as more information emerges on that front, the less faith people have that justice has been --- or will be --- served.

Enter Tom Corbett.

For better or worse, Corbett has been a quiet, behind-the-scenes governor during his first year in office. Yet he felt compelled to address the state and national media on the scandal. In doing so, he said more in one press conference than he had in his entire governorship, despite the fact that he declined to answer most questions.

Interestingly, Corbett is wearing three hats. He is the Governor of a state that contributes millions to Penn State. He is a Penn State Board Trustee who participated in Board decisions, including the firings of Joe Paterno and University President Graham Spanier. And most significantly, he is the former Attorney General who launched the child molestation investigation of former football coach Jerry Sandusky in 2009.

Corbett has attempted to have the best of both worlds: national publicity where he touts the virtues of morality, and a free pass on accountability because of alleged confidentiality issues. But that tactic has backfired, as the media spotlight turned on Corbett himself. The more that is learned about Corbett’s actions --- and inactions --- regarding the investigation, the more his credibility tanks.

Consider:

1) It took substantially longer for the Attorney General’s office to bring charges against Sandusky than it did for numerous politicians to be indicted in the Bonusgate corruption probe. Bonusgate was a very complex investigation involving crafty politicians with the best lawyers money could buy. Since much of what was being investigated in Bonusgate was not run-of-the mill illegalities, the investigators had to overcome a hefty, time-consuming learning curve to understand the subject matter.

So how can such a complicated investigation come to fruition more quickly than a black-and-white child rape case? And where is the rule against making an initial arrest to get the molester off the street --- and warn the public --- while continuing to build the case?

Given the appalling nature of the alleged crimes, and the real possibility that more young children were molested during the three year investigation, why did the Attorney General wait so long to make the staffing level as robust as it should have been from the start?

If the answer is that resources were limited --- sorry, try again. As bad as other crimes may have been, such as those committed in Bonusgate, no one was physically hurt and the welfare of children was never an issue. Giving priority to children who are at risk of rape and molestation is a no-brainer. But inexplicably, that wasn’t done.

The Governor continues to defend his actions --- scolding those who dare question him --- by stating that it takes time to build such a case and that he can’t comment further, but three years? That’s an insult to everyone, especially the victims. Again, you can’t have it both ways, grandstanding for political points but clamming up when the questions get tough.

And fair or not, many are now asking if the investigation was delayed so that Corbett could avoid being the gubernatorial candidate who took down Joe Paterno and Penn State --- both wildly popular among the hundreds of thousands of alumni living in the state.

2) This one is simply incomprehensible.

In yet another instance of Corbett finishing what former Democratic Governor Ed Rendell started (others being $20 million of taxpayer money to renovate the Yankees’ AAA stadium, and $42 million to bail out the Philadelphia Shipyard to build ships with no buyers), the Governor personally approved a $3 million taxpayer-funded grant to Sandusky’s Second Mile charity --- just four months ago!

That bears repeating. Tom Corbett, with full knowledge that Sandusky was under investigation for multiple child rapes, still approved the money to his charity.

How is that possible? And why on earth is the national media not yet running with this?

In a response that was offensive to any rational person, here’s what his spokesman said, as reported in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review:

“He (Corbett) couldn't block that (grant) from going forward because of what he knew as attorney general…He couldn't let on to anyone (including the governor's office) what he knew….”

That is so wrong that it begs the question as to the real motivation behind approving the grant.

First, the fact that so many people had been interviewed by the grand jury made the investigation anything but a secret. Second, the Harrisburg Patriot News reported on the grand jury investigation ---- in March. Corbett approved the funds --- in July! So not wanting to “let on” was clearly bogus. The investigation was already well-established in the public domain.

Secondly, there was an incredibly easy way to deal with the grant without tipping off anyone: simply strike it. After all, the budget Corbett signed cut everything else, so a grant to a charity would have been seen as just another casualty of financial cutbacks.

Veto the grant (why taxpayers are funding that in the first place is obscene, but that’s another story) and be done with it. It should have been that easy. But it didn’t happen.

Why?

Well, consider if the following may have had anything to do with it. According to the sports website Deadspin.com, past and present board members of the Second Mile, along with their businesses and families, have donated more than $640,000 to Corbett since 2003.

That interesting --- and massively significant --- point seemed to have slipped the Governor’s mind during his press conferences. Go figure.

Something is rotten to the core about how this whole affair has been investigated. It’s time for the Feds to take the lead role in uncovering the whole truth, and that includes possibly looking into the Attorney General’s investigation.

It’s clear the Board of Trustees cannot be counted upon to conduct an unbiased investigation, nor can the local police, and, sadly, even the Attorney General’s office. And nothing emanating from the Governor’s office on this issue can be taken at face value.

In discussing why Paterno and Spanier were fired, the Governor said, “…the Board lost confidence in their ability to lead Penn State through this time and into the future.”

With all the opportunities Tom Corbett has had to play it straight with the people of Pennsylvania --- especially the victims --- on his dealings with the Penn State issue, he hasn’t done so.

And that has caused an ever-increasing number of people to lose confidence in his ability to lead.

There is a great scene in the movie The American President where Richard Dreyfuss suggests that being president “was, to a certain extent, about character.” And in classic Michael Douglas style, he replies, “I can tell you, without hesitation, that being President is entirely about character.”

Well, character isn’t limited to the Oval Office. It resides in every one of us --- and that includes Governors, Trustees, coaches, police and investigators.

Moving forward, let’s demand that a basic legal and moral principle be followed to the very end:

Fiat justitia ruat caelum ---"Let justice be done though the heavens fall."

The victims deserve no less.

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is it worth the read?

CCAurora
08-13-2012, 08:28 PM
All the sudden, Kerry Collins calling his teammates ******s doesn't seem so bad, does it?

YellowOnYellow
08-13-2012, 08:29 PM
1) this is old as hell



2) you are a total moron. I have read plenty of stupid opinions but this is amongst the most absurd.

To the average sport ncaa football fan, yes its a stupid comment. But to the average american, you will be surprisd at how stupid some people view penn state right now. My friends cousin has said to me that he had removed penn state from his undergrade and only puts his masters (I think michigan) on his resume.

Lunatic
08-13-2012, 08:29 PM
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is it worth the read?If you want your blood to boil about what's been reported on and what hasn't, yup. It's ****ing disgusting. **** Tom Corbett. Currently, reading another one someone that lives in Penn. linked me too.

"Oh, it gets way worse. The second article will tell you a lot more. You should also know that Mr. Corbett wasn't JoePa's number one fan. This **** is going to turn out to be SO much more complex than people think - book it."

What she told me about 2nd article I'm reading. Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude

BenadrylBandit
08-13-2012, 08:30 PM
If you want your blood to boil about what's been reported on and what hasn't, yup. It's ****ing disgusting. **** Tom Corbett. Currently, reading another one someone that lives in Penn. linked me too.

"Oh, it gets way worse. The second article will tell you a lot more. You should also know that Mr. Corbett wasn't JoePa's number one fan. This **** is going to turn out to be SO much more complex than people think - book it."

What she told me about 2nd article I'm reading. Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude

Will read, need more ammunition against PSU drones who blindly defend their school.

bn7
08-13-2012, 08:32 PM
I said back when this was all playing out I thought Corbett was involved. But I wouldn't believe much of the whole Corbett didn't like Joepa BS, that's PSU homers trying to find ways to exonerate the Pope Joepa of everything that happened.

BenadrylBandit
08-13-2012, 08:39 PM
If you want your blood to boil about what's been reported on and what hasn't, yup. It's ****ing disgusting. **** Tom Corbett. Currently, reading another one someone that lives in Penn. linked me too.

"Oh, it gets way worse. The second article will tell you a lot more. You should also know that Mr. Corbett wasn't JoePa's number one fan. This **** is going to turn out to be SO much more complex than people think - book it."

What she told me about 2nd article I'm reading. Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuude

Hit me up with the second article when you get a chance

Lunatic
08-13-2012, 08:49 PM
Will read, need more ammunition against PSU drones who blindly defend their school.


Hit me up with the second article when you get a chance
http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_/id/7770996/in-wake-joe-paterno-death-sandusky-sex-abuse-scandal-power-struggle-spread-penn-state-state-capital

Holy ****, dude. Penn Governor is one corrupt ****

zar17
08-13-2012, 08:50 PM
yeah, let's punish people who had nothing at all to do with the scandal (students and athletes)

Bucher15
08-14-2012, 03:34 AM
Will read, need more ammunition against PSU drones who blindly defend their school.

The only thing you're going to find by doing more research is that this is much less a Penn state issue and much more of a massive ****phile ring that spreads across several states. Just a heads up because it seems like what you will find won't fit your agenda and you might not like what you hear
And again I've been saying this since day one and noone believed me.

dekd
08-14-2012, 11:03 AM
How can **** State fans even bother defending their school at this point

waytoodeep03
08-14-2012, 12:17 PM
1) this is old as hell



2) you are a total moron. I have read plenty of stupid opinions but this is amongst the most absurd.

The jimmies are rustled at this location ^

jonnyshap
08-14-2012, 12:24 PM
How can **** State fans even bother defending their school at this point

Thisx1000

RogerSterling
08-14-2012, 12:26 PM
Ped State reputation forever tainted, and not the little boy taints like the ones they enjoy.

evansanity
08-14-2012, 12:39 PM
Cliffs on whole situation please. Everyone involved, etc...

Child trafficing is actually huge in the midwest, you'd be surpirsed. There was sites on the deep web that you discuss this, set up loactions/trades, etc...

They should just close the whole school down, FIRE EVERYONE and completely rehire, no one can be trusted. It's the only way the school can survive.

tyqb4
08-14-2012, 12:51 PM
How can **** State fans even bother defending their school at this point

i think it's been more defending the athletes and the people who go/went to the school and not necessarily the people involved in the scandal...you can't group the individuals involved in the cover up with everybody else at the school.

evansanity
08-14-2012, 12:53 PM
i think it's been more defending the athletes and the people who go/went to the school and not necessarily the people involved in the scandal...you can't group the individuals involved in the cover up with everybody else at the school.

>implying players weren't involved
>mfw

Bucher15
08-14-2012, 12:53 PM
Cliffs on whole situation please. Everyone involved, etc...

Child trafficing is actually huge in the midwest, you'd be surpirsed. There was sites on the deep web that you discuss this, set up loactions/trades, etc...

They should just close the whole school down, FIRE EVERYONE and completely rehire, no one can be trusted. It's the only way the school can survive.

What would shutting the school down do? You all continue to miss the point. All signs are pointing to a ring involving government just like the Franklin Scandal. The two may even be related. Don't you find it a bit odd that the Second Mile shut down it's internal investigation, then transferred all remaining liquid assets to a Houston, TX based charity called the Arrow Child and Family Ministries, which coincidentally has strong connections to the Bush family.

evansanity
08-14-2012, 01:01 PM
What would shutting the school down do? You all continue to miss the point. All signs are pointing to a ring involving government just like the Franklin Scandal. The two may even be related. Don't you find it a bit odd that the Second Mile shut down it's internal investigation, then transferred all remaining liquid assets to a Houston, TX based charity called the Arrow Child and Family Ministries, which coincidentally has strong connections to the Bush family.

Maybe. I mean idk what the franklin scandal. Also what does "Strong connections" mean? Do the bushes run Arrow child and Family ministries? What so fishy about giving their assets to them?

Bucher15
08-14-2012, 01:05 PM
Well I won't go into details of that scandal as it is quite lengthy....you can do your own research if you want.

One board of director is the wife of Neil Bush (son of George HW). Another is Susie Peake who served for George HW for over 10 years.

CurryTech777
08-14-2012, 01:16 PM
did not read loony

i think the only decent thing to do now is jail anyone in the Pennsylvania region, vacate all wins from psu, and eliminate the school from the planet

Trigger543
08-14-2012, 01:26 PM
I don't even know what to say to this **** anymore. It's really disgusting and I hope everyone involved gets the most severe punishment possible x2. Poor kids.

Lunatic
08-14-2012, 01:26 PM
did not read loony

i think the only decent thing to do now is jail anyone in the Pennsylvania region, vacate all wins from psu, and eliminate the school from the planetGoes higher up than just the school

evansanity
08-14-2012, 01:27 PM
Well I won't go into details of that scandal as it is quite lengthy....you can do your own research if you want.

One board of director is the wife of Neil Bush (son of George HW). Another is Susie Peake who served for George HW for over 10 years.

wouldn't be surpirsed if theres some suadi connection too.

Trigger543
08-14-2012, 01:28 PM
wouldn't be surpirsed if theres some suadi connection too.

inb4 illuminati