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Unless you’re in Hell Week or have been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the disaster in the not-so-aptly-named Happy Valley. If you’ve miraculously managed to avoid the unsettling news, let me catch you up. A report was recently released revealing a disturbing trail of events involving the Penn State football program. Basically, it turned into a bastion of pedophilia under Coach Joe Paterno’s watch.

Jerry Sandusky, former Penn State football player and long time assistant coach, is being charged with a minimum of 40 counts of sexual assault. Allegedly, Sandusky repeatedly fondled and raped young boys, and many times these acts took place on the PSU campus while using PSU football facilities. This shit began happening over a decade ago minimum, and despite a 2002 eye witness account by a Penn State football graduate assistant at the time, and current wide receiver coach Mike McQueary, the police were not informed. Not. Fucking. Informed.

McQueary, who suffers from a devastating case of Gingervitis and an ironically homosexual-sounding last name, walked in on Sandusky giving the business to a 10-year-old boy in the locker room showers. What’s the proper protocol here? Do you whip his ass and call the cops? I mean…at minimum you put a stop to it and call the cops, right? Well, according to the soulless McQueary, no. All he did was wait until the next day to tell Coach Paterno about the sodomy he witnessed. Paterno turned the information over to the athletic director, who then notified the school president according to the report. So, what did they do? They sat on this information. These sick assholes thought it was in their best interest not to inform law enforcement officials. They decided to sweep pedophilia and rape under the rug and continue to provide Sandusky ample opportunity to ruin the lives of more young boys for years to come. So far 9 young men have come forward in what has become a massive investigation and as a result, criminal court case against Sandusky.

Hey Mike McQueary, athletic director Tim Curley and president Gary Schultz, how have you been able to live with yourselves for all these years knowing you could have put a stop to this shit…and didn’t?

Hey Joe Paterno, you senile prick. Your legacy is forever tainted. You’re no longer the likable Joe Pa character we’ve all grown to appreciate. You put your football program above the lives of young, helpless, innocent kids. You are now a pederast enabler.

Hey Sandusky, have fun in hell you sick son of a bitch. Please don’t take the easy way out. You deserve what’s coming to you behind prison walls.

No humor to be had here, just a big “fuck you” from the TFM community to the Penn State University administration.

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    A Frattest H

    Preface: I did not read through all of the comments.

    Firstly, I’ve been following this pretty closely as Penn State plays a big role in my family’s history. I’ve also read all 23 pages of the Grand Jury’s report.
    Regarding Joe Pa, I think it is a shame that his name is going to be tainted as he is by far the most iconic college football coaches in history and, let’s be honest, he doesn’t have that many years left on this earth. Despite what some of you may think, when this was brought to his attention it was an allegation, something he couldn’t say for certain was valid or not. Reporting it to the sports director was the right thing to do and technically the only thing he was legally supposed to do. Do I think he should have done more about it? Absolutely. If I were in his position you can bet your ass I would make sure that shit was figured out immediately. I don’t think he should be held as responsible as others but that is my opinion and you don’t have to agree with me on that.
    It’s also unfair to blame the entire school. That college is one of the best in the nation and the blame should only be placed on those that were involved. This could have happened at any school and to blame the college as a whole is wrong.
    That being said, the people who caught Sandusky in the act should have whooped his mother fucking ass unmercifully right then and there.
    I seriously hope that Sandusky is sentenced to life in a federal prison. God knows that inmates despise, and let’s call it what it is, people who rape children. They will make sure the rest of his life is a living hell before he falls into the 7th circle of eternal damnation.

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      John McClane

      ^Agreed. This guy (as I refuse to call anyone who would do this a man) deserves anything and everything coming to him. I think it’d also be a good idea if they remove his vocal cords before he goes to jail, simply so no one can hear him scream as he is repeatedly ass-fucked.

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      APhi1872

      Fratting Hard,
      I would agree with you if the circumstances you described actually applied to this situation. In every report I have read, JoePa had very limited knowledge of the situation and didn’t know the full extend until the Grand Jury. Only one incident was brought to his attention and GA did not provide any details. So if one gets information that something may have happened on University property involving someone who no longer works for the University, informing the administration so that they can investigate and report to the police makes a lot more sense. I’m not defending anyone’s actions here, this is an extremely upsetting situation, but please get your facts straight before attacking someone who has also done a lot in his life to help children and his community (how many schools have a library named after the football coach?). There were a lot of other people, who were a lot more involved, with a lot more information than Joe and that is where I believe the blame should be placed. Joe has expressed that if he had known how the administration would act he would have chosen his course of action differently. The sad fact is that within most University systems the most important decisions are left to just a few administrators and going outside protocol is dangerous.

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      Fratman begins

      Second as far as I’m concerned Joe Pa is still guilty by association because he didn’t report a felony to the authorities even though he knew it was going on.

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      Fratting hard

      Buck, kindly go fuck yourself. For ANYONE to say that JoePa is in the clear because he completed his legal obligation and told his superiors, you can go to hell. Paterno had knowledge that a member of his staff RAPED CHILDREN, and his answer was to tell his superiors. Fuck that. I understand that the Board of Trustees and higher-ups were worried that exposing this would hurt the institution, but sometimes there are more important things at stakes. Dozens of children will forever be affected by the actions of that piece of shit Sandusky, and JoePa in essence did nothing to stop him.
      Also, for those that applaud the graduate student for reporting this, are you fucking retarded? He witnessed a 60 year old man raping a 10 year old boy and decided that the best course of action was to go tell someone? How is that commendable? How was his first thought not to get the poor kid out of there? He witnessed this with his own eyes and walked away, letting that bitch of a man finish this disgraceful act. I would hope that the fraternity men on this site would have the courage to walk into that shower and beat the life out of that fucking bastard.

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      Bear

      Anyone else read this as “Joe Pa allowed a man to fuck boys in his own locker room”

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    Fratent Pending

    How nobody in the PSU conference room discussing how to handle this situation didn’t stand up and tell everyone else to go fuck themselves, and call the authorities and the media is fucking disgusting. Fuck the entire PSU program, and school, they are all to blame because no one took a stand to do what was actually “right” and assist in bringing this cunt to justice.

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    Active Brother

    Fuck PSU administration for letting this shit happen. Fuck Paterno for not going to the cops. Fuck everyone who saw it and didn’t immediately black out from rage and kick the shit out of Sandusky. Fuck the kids that say Paterno should stay.

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    Phi Psi Fratter

    He deserves to take a prison shower lap, then a gruesome death, and eternity in hell. Fuck him. Fuck everyone involved who didn’t alert the police.

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    Masters in MRS

    (a) General rule. Under 23 Pa.C.S. § 6311 (relating to persons required to report suspected child abuse), licensees who, in the course of the employment, occupation or practice of their profession, come into contact with children shall report or cause a report to be made to the Department of Public Welfare when they have reasonable cause to suspect on the basis of their professional or other training or experience, that a child coming before them in their professional or official capacity is a victim of child abuse.

    The fact that Joe Paterno is a great football coach is not in question. The children being abused were not students at Penn State. There is no way that reporting this incident to the administration could constitute one doing the right thing.

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    FratasticMrOX

    I suppose the most probable reasons why Paterno didn’t report the allegations to the police are

    1. They were only allegations and he didn’t know the severity of them.
    2. He didn’t want a scandal/was trying to uphold Penn States reputation.

    In the case of the former, then he made an honest mistake and it’s not his fault. If it’s the latter then he should immediately resign and re-evaluate his morals.

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      BROnard Ramsey

      With all due respect sir, how could one not understand the severity of the allegations? The second I hear “60 year old man, 10 year old boy, shower” I’m not brushing that off as nothing and it seems that is what he did. I think he should resign immediately. All of this happened under his watch, so he is held responsible.

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