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What's all the fuss about...
I am not claiming I am right, I am saying I don't get it.
I'm not excusing this guy but the only one I would give any slack to would be the G.A. He had to be no more than 23 or so and a kid. He did what most kids do when they see trouble, he called Dad. Dad gave him instructions from there. He trusted that those in power over him would do the right thing.
I thought he was 28.Regardless, I hope he burns too. Even 23 is PLENTY old enough to know that an innocent having their face planted on to a shower floor while being raped by a grown man is inherently wrong.We're not talking about some dorky nerd GA, we're talking about a guy that played football. He SHOULD HAVE done something right then. Much less let it continue and then take several promotions at that same program and hang around with that knowledge for ten fricking years.Absurd.
He needs a PR specialist with him, apparently.That photo reeks of out of touch with reality.
What's the big deal? I'm a busy guy with a football programz to run. I'm 84 and break a leg every season. The Board of Directors asked me to resign and I said "no." And I just shit myself. What you gonna do?Edit: Too Harsh?
Hell, euthanize them all. Kthx.
Hell, I expect a raped kid to end up murdering someone or even becoming a member of the tea party somewhere down the line.
So will the GA use the Casey Anthony defense? He had better have sucked his dad, and his granddad off to be that sorry of an individual. Raping kids is worse than murder, IMO. Hell, I expect a raped kid to end up murdering someone or even becoming a member of the tea party somewhere down the line. We aren't talking about seeing him spanking the child too hard or being too handsy, this scum bag was using his position to prey on kids and dude can sleep at night? God gives you a lot of decisions in life, this is the one you can fail and never redeem yourself. Hope coaching at Penn St was worth it to all those sorry bastards.
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