Topic: Scandal at Penn St.
I was just wondering what anyone thinks of the very fluid and unfolding situation at Penn St. I believe in due process of the Law. Penn St cancels Joe's press conference amid reports the Joe wants to speak to the media, and I'm sure he will at some point. But will he even be the Coach by the weekend. This story has some many layers, from a criminal standpoint, morals, ethic's. To who try to cover it up, who didn't speak up, and if the School administrators tried and apparently didn't follow up on the reports of Sandusky's actions and didn't contact the appropriate authorities.
My first thoughts are with the kids involved, some in their 20's now, last report I saw was the appropriate authorities are saying they have upwards of 20 victims now coming forward. So many questions to be asked and answered. I want to hear Joe speak, I feel we need to keep an open mind until all the facts are in. Was there lack of leadership, of course, was there the lack of the upper Hierachy coming forward when they should have, yes. Why did Sandusky still have an office there. So , so many questions, but lets give due process a chance to work.Let our first impulsive feelings to settle and here Joe Speak.
When all the facts come in and it's clear that Joe should have pressed this matter and didn't, and it appears he didn't, then lets let the authorities do their job. I do want to say it looks bad for Joe and I'm not sure there's a way out of this for him, and if he knew and didn't press this to include authorities, then I to think he should go. As much as he was the face of the School and College football to a certain extent, he should have come forward if his AD didn't then Joe or someone have call the authority's.
Joe was an american icon, no doubt he did a of of good with so many young men who played for him, some of them are hurt, confused upset and feel betrayed. So again I urge people to wait until all the facts are in, but this does not seem to me that it can be a good ending for Joepa, heads will roll most likely his included. It's so hard to wrap our minds around this especially with the facts not being completely in yet. But if it's proved, he should have done more to stop this then I'll be one of the first to line up to say he among others, is that he must go. The kids are the first concern, Sandusky second. If we have become a society of people especially people in their position who have turned their heads, it's a become a sad, sad world indeed. But again, I caution people to let Joe speak, let all the facts come in and let due process run it's course. If this topic is to controversial, then I say to the Moderaters to please feel free to take it down....your thoughts?
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