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Source: Inside Higher Education
June 12, 2012
It would be "humane" to charge Graham Spanier ( and any other Penn State officials involved in this decision ) with any and all possibles crimes related to their course of inaction. Let these so-called educated people spend time behind bars, and make damn sure they are cellmates with other child molesters, so they really can see the kind of individual they were being "humane" to !!!!!!
Those at the top are exempt from the garbage pile until the smell really stinks out loud. You can only spray so much fragrance..............
What a sad state of affairs. Too many well-educated, "intelligent" people who had the power to do something looked the other way rather than doing the right thing. Yes, there would have been consequences in turning him in but look at the situation as it stands. The news reports from the trial are sickening to read. When will people who should know better learn that it is better to act with integrity even at personal expense than to become a party to immoral and unethical behavior?
Was more important to keep a winning coach then report a ped
Well I was pleased to reside in the state of Pennsylvania for many years.Even did my high school football there and admired Joe just as much as anybody.His hands were tied by the same administration that makes this ignorant,assinine statement.How could anybody with an ounce of moral turpitude think this way?This type of ignorance is why our country is circling around the toilet bowl especially coming from a prestigious institute such as this.
So it's ok for Penn State to be humane to a predator? How about HUMANE for the boys who are the VICTIMS!!!
What a load of stinking compost! Agree with Robo that this was a CYA maneuver..
Oh come on! What a load of BS! The only thing that they were concerned about is covering their butt.
Totally dispicable on the part of the school's management. The civil suits are going to take a big bite out of the school.
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