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Sandusky accused of child molestation

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Thickmadam

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The trial's started.
i can't even....*deep heavy sad sigh*

like sifu, this makes me want to not let my kid out of my sight.

please for the love of God, nobody should derail this thread with any homosexual/pervasion/going to hell talk. it's alreayd been hashed in the first 3 pages.

i heard a report on nightly news with brian willaims last night and one of the boys broke down, i don't know how the defense attorneys in this case go on and sleep peacefully at night.
 

Sifu

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I think it is going to get worse. One of his foster kids said that Sandusky forced himself on him and then threatened to keep him from seeing his family if the boy tells anyone. I don't even have any words for his wife. SMH
 

tunmi

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Why did Sandusky have to take this thing to trial? Why could he not just plead guilty, he is definitely not innocent? Why put those young men through this? Ugh, my heart goes out to the young men, the then young boys, who suffered in silence.
 

kaymax

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is this perhaps why sandusky didn't take the stand?
Matt Sandusky, Jerry Sandusky's Adopted Son, Says Through Lawyer His Father Sexually Abused Him

this is getting sicker and sicker.
Why are you surprised? They had SIX adopted kids, count them, SIX. Anyway, people chose to adopt for a battery of reasons, but...well..
The moral bankruptcy in this world is just becoming more and more shamelessly prevalent. Like someone else said, this guy should've never have let it gone to trial, what for? I know innocent till proven guilty, but gimme a major break!!! I've even done with Jerry, I want his wife's head on a platter, another fellow woman to allow this to happen, HAI!!! I am just sick!!
 

kaymax

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The trial's started.
i can't even....*deep heavy sad sigh*

like sifu, this makes me want to not let my kid out of my sight.

please for the love of God, nobody should derail this thread with any homosexual/pervasion/going to hell talk. it's alreayd been hashed in the first 3 pages.

i heard a report on nightly news with brian willaims last night and one of the boys broke down, i don't know how the defense attorneys in this case go on and sleep peacefully at night.
yes, I read that, however, the boy, regained his compusure and stood his ground!!! My heart goes out!!! As a parent, you can't even trust anyone anymore. You are truly alone. We take our son EVERYWHERE with us, with the exception of a few family members, I trust no one.
 

Thickmadam

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I am just...are there any words to even describe?
Joe Paterno, the revered man who had "morals" coming out his axx, knew about this evil creature preying on kids, and did not only report him to authorities, but was able to look him in the face and coach with him, and the retirement package..sick.
 

sidney

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anybody read/heard about the Freeh report?
I read it.... Quite damning...


These are very cripiling punishments. Penn State football will never be the same... Ever!

Amazingly, I was once recruited to play football at Penn State. I used to proudly tell people about that. If I went there, I would have played for Sandusky since I was a Safety who they wanted to move to LB. It makes me sick to realize that. This will probably be the last time I ever mention it again....
 

Thickmadam

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I read it.... Quite damning...
I didn't read it all, but the parts that were discussed on NPR, i was just slack-jawed the entire drive segment. I just couldn't believe that a human being will place the athletics over children who are being raped. a frigging football program!

i wonder what those rioting students will say now that their idol has been exposed.

These are very cripiling punishments. Penn State football will never be the same... Ever!

Amazingly, I was once recruited to play football at Penn State. I used to proudly tell people about that. If I went there, I would have played for Sandusky since I was a Safety who they wanted to move to LB. It makes me sick to realize that. This will probably be the last time I ever mention it again....
so the punishment is appropriate?
 

sidney

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I didn't read it all, but the parts that were discussed on NPR, i was just slack-jawed the entire drive segment. I just couldn't believe that a human being will place the athletics over children who are being raped. a frigging football program!

i wonder what those rioting students will say now that their idol has been exposed.

so the punishment is appropriate?
It is disgraceful!

Yes. The punishment, given that the people in charge during this sordid affair are gone, it more than adequate. It is quite a harsh blow. It even allows current players to transfer immediately to other schools and play this year... The exodus will be immediate and the recruitment of new players will be severely crippled for many years to come...
 

Thickmadam

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ahhh i see. thanks for explaining the punishment.


It is disgraceful!

Yes. The punishment, given that the people in charge during this sordid affair are gone, it more than adequate. It is quite a harsh blow. It even allows current players to transfer immediately to other schools and play this year... The exodus will be immediate and the recruitment of new players will be severely crippled for many years to come...
 

NTB

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Penn State as a University is done. I heard that students are transferring out and not just players. It will take at least 10 years before they can begin to recover from this.
 

kaymax

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I think the penalties are very appropriate and Kudos to the NCAA for imposing them. It's their responsibility to protect the integrity of College Football and I think this is more than appropriate. Unfortunately, it's the people there now that would have to pay for the consequences of the actions of previous others, even a deceased one, but it is what it is. I love the fact that they will be losing players as we speak and will be challenged to find replacements, however, I'm sure this was done to send a message to all university programs in general and the statement is loud and clear.
 
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