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Dec 23 08 1:29 AM

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PSU's Jerry Sandusky 'found his victims' at Second Mile group home

Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11310/1187908-454-0.stm?cmpid=sports.xml#ixzz1d4aoVfVp

 
 
I wouldn't be surprised if this doesn't bankrupt this university. 
 
 

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Dec 23 08 1:31 AM

Mr. Sandusky and his wife Dottie have six adopted children and had cared for foster children,
 
The state Attorney General's office on Saturday charged Mr. Sandusky, 67, with 40 sex charges against boys from 1994 to 2005, all of whom he met through the Second Mile Foundation he founded in 1977.
 
 
They need to clean that place out:
 
1998 Victim 6 is taken into the locker rooms and showers when he is 11 years old. When Victim 6 is dropped off at home, his hair is wet from showering with Sandusky. His mother reports the incident to the university police, who investigate.
Detective Ronald Schreffler testifies that he and State College Police Department Detective Ralph Ralston, with the consent of the mother of Victim 6, eavesdrop on two conversations the mother of Victim 6 has with Sandusky. Sandusky says he has showered with other boys and Victim 6's mother tries to make Sandusky promise never to shower with a boy again but he will not.... The case is closed after then-Centre County District Attorney Ray Gricar decides there will be no criminal charge.

 
 
 
 

 
 

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Dec 23 08 2:04 AM

HOLY SHIT!!!!


PROSECUTOR WHO DID NOT PROSECUTE GOES MISSING AND IS DECLARED DEAD IN JULY OF THIS YEAR!


Centre County prosecutor Ray Gricar decided not to prosecute then-Penn St. Nittany Lions DC Jerry Sandusky in 1998 after charges of child molestation were made. He never fully explained his decision.
Seven years later, then-district attorney Gricar went missing. His car was found abandoned in a parking lot and his laptop was found in the Susquehanna River, damaged beyond repair. He was declared dead this past July after a fruitless search never turned up his body.
 
http://www.sbnation.com/ncaa-football/2011/11/7/2545027/-jerry-sandusky-ray-gricar-prosecutor-1998-penn-state-missing

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Dec 23 08 2:05 AM

That said, police revealed that Gricar's home computer had saved searches for "how to wreck a hard drive" and "water damage to a notebook computer," meaning that he clearly wanted to make sure something never saw the light of day.
 
 
Uh, yeah.

Boy, this is tinfoil beyond tinfoil.  One for Dave McGowan.

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Dec 23 08 2:10 AM

Sandusky operated overnight camp for children through 2009 AT PENN STATE.

http://www.sbnation.com/ncaa-football/2011/11/7/2543722/jerry-sandusky-overnight-childrens-camp-penn-state-football-investigation/in/2304037


Prediction:  This is another level of the revealing, and it is going to get uglier than anyone can imagine.  Professional (and college, and even large high school, sports is professional) sports gets away with, literally, it looks like, murder.  Because people are so enamored of those pukes that they can't see that to become those people you have to be missing some serious human/ity traits.

Known a couple of these guys, and they are straight-up psychopaths. 

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Dec 23 08 3:09 AM

Wow, good finds, Mtlouie. I've barely paid attention to this story so far. I'm sure if we knew the entire ugly truth, we'd find this is going on in many places.

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Dec 23 08 3:16 AM

Quote: "Mr. Sandusky and his wife Dottie have six adopted children and had cared for foster children, which led them to start the nonprofit...President George Bush nationally recognized it as a philanthropic "Point Of Light" in November 1990."

And remember the big child sex ring from the first Bush presidency?
http://www.voxfux.com/features/bush_child_sex_coverup/article_archive.htm
http://www.voxfux.com/features/bush_child_sex_coverup/franklin.htm





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Dec 23 08 3:44 AM

we'd find this is going on in many places.
 
That, as it turns out, is an understatement of unimaginable proportions:'


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The map above is an actual law enforcement map, introduced as evidence before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in April, 2008. It shows the approximate locations of about 300,000 unique computers identified by law enforcement trafficking in the most brutal and violent child pornography movies and images. Research shows that 1 in 3 of these suspects is also a hands-on offender, with local child victims.

That means that in addition to being a picture of the child exploitation market in America, it is also a rescue map. Each of these suspects could be easily located and prosecuted. However, due to sheer lack of resources, fewer than 2% are even being investigated, leaving untold thousands of children waiting for protection.

The leading law enforcement investigation in the U.S., Operation Fairplay of the Wyoming Attorney General's office, reports that it finds 15,000-20,000 suspects each day engaged in trafficking movies and images of very young children being tortured, raped and assaulted.

These leads are ready now. The Obama Stimulus plan could fund the greatest child sexual abuse prevention and protection program in history.


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Dec 23 08 4:08 AM

Sad to say I used to live in State College as a teen and am a graduate of Penn State.  Also connected to nearby Clinton County, where the high school boy stepped forward in '09.  I never met Sandusky but know several folks involved in PSU's athletic programs over the past 40 years.  Many are good people who CLEARLY did NOT know and they are freaking.  I know I sure am and I'm not wild about football.  Kinda OD'd on it...

I agree, mtlouie, the story appears far worse than you've indicated.  I decided to read all of it today and truly wish I hadn't.  I know people in law enforcement and judiciary there, too.  It's not gonna be Happy Valley now.

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Dec 23 08 8:40 AM

Here is another instance of FEAR ruling.  FEAR of people whose only power is in FOOTBALL.  Yet, so many people feared them, so many others (even when they knew how evil they were) revered them - which makes them guilty as hell in my book- that they wouldn't/couldn't do anything to stop this.

FEAR of power structures of every type.  Even goddamned FOOTBALL.  I read another commentator who said, "It's time to stop making a religion out of football."  I'd say it's time for this country (I have no idea what it's like anywhere else) to stop making a religion out of sports.

Sandlot baseball?  Fine.  A group of neighbors getting together for street hockey or a game of football?  Good.  The minute it goes past that....well, one of the guys I know that was in the NFL said that everytime they got on that plane after a game a DOCTOR sat in the front seat with a suitcase full of drugs, told them what each one did, and they could take anything they wanted. 

That's just for starters. 

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Dec 23 08 8:57 AM

Here's just a smidgin on his fabulous, winning boss, Joe Paterno:


Paterno has been involved in several controversial scandals including being forced to apologize for a profanity-laced tirade directed at then Rutgers head coach Doug Graber at the conclusion of a nationally televised game in 1995,[21] being accused of "making light of sexual assault" in 2006 by the National Organization for Women which called for his resignation,[22] and being involved in a road rage incident in 2007.[23]
In 2008, due to a litany of football players' off-the-field legal problems, including 46 Penn State football players have faced 163 criminal charges according to an ESPN analysis of Pennsylvania court records and reports dating to 2002,[24] ESPN questioned Joe Paterno's and the university's control over the Penn State football program by producing and airing an ESPN's Outside the Lines feature covering the subject.[25] Paterno was criticized for his response dismissing the allegations as a "witch hunt", and chiding reporters for asking about problems.[26]

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Dec 23 08 8:57 AM

Here's  a good one:

After the announcement of his hiring in 1966, Paterno set out to conduct what he called a "Grand Experiment" in melding athletics and academics in the collegiate environment, an idea that he had learned during his years at Brown.[50] As a result, Penn State's players have consistently demonstrated above-average academic success compared to Division I-A schools nationwide. According to the NCAA's 2008 Graduation Rates Report, Penn State's four-year Graduation Success Rate of 78% easily exceeds the 67% Division I average
 
 
Well, we know how they roll, so it's not hard to figure out how that happens.

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Dec 23 08 10:00 AM

I dunno Lou.  It gets to the stage I feel so worn out with being outraged that all I can feel is numb.   How many times have we heard these stories?  The monstrous predators hiding behind their power and "respectability" or "popularity",  the ones who know about it and turn a blind eye for any of the reasons they use to justify the fact they'd rather save their own pathetic asses than save some poor child and the broken children, some of whom will never recover and some DO never recover.

Simply put, much of the human race just fucking sucks and that's an understatement.

Sometimes I have fantasies about gathering up all the animals and children and abused people and taking them to another planet, one where they'll be safe and happy.

Or sanctuaries.  I keep dreaming we can start this sanctuary movement and build sanctuaries all over the world - real sanctuaries, where there's no violence, no hate, no fear, no cruelty, no people trying to dominate, exploit and abuse any other sentient being.......places of healing and refuge.

You know honestly, I don't agree with everything Gary Zukav says or even know how much I believe of what he writes, but the concept he articulates about karma and the soul............well, it seems to be one of the few ways you possibly could make sense of human society, that there IS a consequence for every action we take.  Maybe I just want to believe it because I just don't want to believe these abusers and sociopaths so often get away with all this.

I just don't "get" why there has to be so much suffering of innocents in this "earth school".


Smile, breathe and go slowly.’ ~Thich Nhat Hanh

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Dec 23 08 10:22 AM

I have this very close friend in an American state.  Known her a long time and always found her completely honest and trustworthy.    She's kinda into BDSM and the top layers of that, especially the public layers, are very respectable (of course).    Wait though till you scratch the surface and start going down the rabbit hole.  It gets very dark, very quickly.    What else could you expect in a world where they think sadism is an admirable trait?     For a while she hooked up with this guy who she told me she thought was very credible who told her things about what was in the darkest corner of the rabbit hole - sickening stuff.  I wouldn't even repeat it here. 

But lots of those sadists/sexual sadists/so-called "Dominants" fantasize about killing the "bottom" as they call them or what is supposed to normally be the "consenting masochist".    Of course a lot of the "consent" in BDSM is highly questionable anyway, but this guy told her he knew of rings where they found victims to torture and murder and they did just that.    He wouldn't give her the details for her own protection but he said some of the bodies showed up in morgues but that didn't matter because the "rings" he knew about were full of cops, judges, lawyers, doctors, coroners.....lots of the kind of people who could just "clean everything up".

And he told her (as if we didn't already know) that it goes all the way to the top.

It's a very sick world we live in.

Smile, breathe and go slowly.’ ~Thich Nhat Hanh

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