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Penn State board of trustees 'got it wrong,' says attorney advising Jerry Sandusky's alleged victims
Pennlive.com ^ | 11/10/11 | Sara Ganim

Posted on 11/10/2011 11:35:54 AM PST by WPaCon

A Harrisburg civil attorney who has been advising some of the alleged victims of former Penn State defensive coach Jerry Sandusky released a statement today about the board of trustees action last night firing coach Joe Paterno.

"The board of trustees got it wrong. They should have consulted the victims before making a decision on Mr. Paterno," Ben Andreozzi said. "They should have considered these victims watch TV and are aware of the students' reaction and may not want to be associated with the downfall of Mr. Paterno. The school instead elected to do what it felt was in its own best interest at the time. Isn’t that what put the school in this position in the first place?"

Andreozzi is working with Let Go Let Peace Come In, an organization providing services to child sex abuse victims, which is offering free counseling to the alleged victims. "The way the Board reached its decision raises more concerns than the decision itself. There is no indication the Board considered the impact of the decision on the abuse victims," Andreozzi continued. "The school let the victims down once, and I think they owed it to the victims to at least gauge how the immediate termination decision would impact them as opposed to Mr. Paterno's resignation at the end of the year. These victims do not live in a bubble.

"They see the students reaction to the termination, and to think this does not weigh on their minds would be naive."


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Six thoughts from someone who just happened to be in "Happy" Valley for this week.

1) This whole situation is just horrible. The hearts of all of us in Happy Valley go out to the victims and their families.

2) I hope to God that the Mark Madden rumors are not true.

3) The general opinion around here is that JoePa is innocent and is being unfairly criticized by the media. That's why students were chanting "F*** the media" and tipped over the tv van.

4) Saying there were 2,000 people at the riot last night is one of the most ridiculous reports I have ever seen. At first, I thought it was a typo and they omitted a zero. The media has done a better job estimating attendance at Glenn Beck rallies and the annual March for Life.

5) I watched Bradley's press conference in a restaurant in downtown State College. A large portion of the people there were either crying or close to crying. Others have told me the same thing was happening where they were watching the press conference.

6) This whole situation is one of the most unbelievable things I have ever witnessed.

1 posted on 11/10/2011 11:35:58 AM PST by WPaCon
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To: WPaCon

Penn State creating new 1%ers. The plaintiffs lawyers are slobbering to sign up the guys that Sandusky buggered.


2 posted on 11/10/2011 11:38:06 AM PST by shankbear (The GOP and the mass media are giving us another McCain......thanks.)
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To: WPaCon
That's why students were chanting "F*** the media"

If they keep up their shenanigans it won't be long until the entire country is chanting that. About everything.

3 posted on 11/10/2011 11:38:33 AM PST by Buckeye McFrog
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To: WPaCon

“The board of trustees got it wrong. They should have consulted the victims before making a decision on Mr. Paterno,”

BINGO! The school went knee jerk without thinking this out. Penn State will lose so much from this mess. Of course the school and football will survive but it will cost them so much more than just paying the 9 victims which by the way, If I was Penn State, I would ONLY pay the victims that were abused at the school. Why pay for a victim that was at the perps home or at the camp site that the school had nothing to do with it.


4 posted on 11/10/2011 11:39:25 AM PST by napscoordinator
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To: WPaCon

It’s entirely possible that JoePa was under threat not to go to the authorities, at the risk of bodily harm to himself, or to family members......if so, that might absolve him.

I’m sure there is a lot more to this story that we don’t even know about yet.


5 posted on 11/10/2011 11:40:57 AM PST by dfwgator (I stand with Herman Cain.)
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To: WPaCon

Rather odd response. The first concern of the victims is that the coach was fired?

This story stinks to high heaven.


6 posted on 11/10/2011 11:43:14 AM PST by miss marmelstein (Let's have a Cain Mutiny!)
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To: WPaCon

This is by far the worst scandal in any football program in U.S. history. A 25-year death penalty by the NCAA should be pronounced immediately. Otherwise, that body can’t justify what it did to SMU for a far less serious infraction.


7 posted on 11/10/2011 11:43:23 AM PST by txrefugee
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To: shankbear

Speaking of 1%s, how about shipping the State College riot police up to Wall Street?

Someone said this before, but protesting the firing of a football coach gets a stronger reaction than trying to take down the capitalist system.


8 posted on 11/10/2011 11:43:30 AM PST by WPaCon
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To: WPaCon

Paterno resigned effective at the end of the season.

The BOT only sped it up a little.

How anyone can read the GJ report, and conclude that Paterno could stay at Penn State another minute, is beyond me.


9 posted on 11/10/2011 11:43:51 AM PST by ltc8k6
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To: WPaCon

The media was not the problem, the children that rioted over a coach should be a wake-up call to those institutions that allow an individual to become larger than the institution he’s supposed to represent. He’s a football coach, not Jesus and he should have been canned twelve years ago.

When those rioting children grow-up, they’ll understand the concept of responsibility and what happens when a single bad decision snowballs just because the path of least resistance was followed. Nobody ever said that dong the right thing was easy, it’s often the more laborious decision.

They should start by jailing those children responsible for the destruction of property and forcing them to work with battered children for a few years.


10 posted on 11/10/2011 11:45:02 AM PST by newnhdad
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To: Buckeye McFrog

Although tipping the tv van was a bit extreme, it was refreshing to see students “get it” and take on the media.


11 posted on 11/10/2011 11:45:53 AM PST by WPaCon
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To: napscoordinator

Oh I don’t know ...maybe because the perp would have been in jail if they cared as much about these kids as they did their football games. By the way it’s not nine any more it’s seventeen and counting and there are reports Sandusky was pimping these kids out to Penn State donors sorry if this ruins your schools season!!!


12 posted on 11/10/2011 11:46:13 AM PST by ontap
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To: WPaCon

How would the victims have felt to see Paterno carried off the field on his players’ shoulders this weekend, or to see him given a 100,000-person standing ovation?


13 posted on 11/10/2011 11:46:42 AM PST by NittanyLion
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To: txrefugee

SMU just cheated in their recruiting and everyone knew they weren’t the only ones doing it!!!


14 posted on 11/10/2011 11:48:21 AM PST by ontap
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To: WPaCon

JoePa enabled a Child Molester!

End of story.


15 posted on 11/10/2011 11:49:07 AM PST by trumandogz (In Rick Perry's Nanny State, the state will drive your kids to the dentist at tax payer expense)
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To: napscoordinator

“BINGO! The school went knee jerk without thinking this out....”

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I guess you and those idiot rioters didn’t hear what Joe himself said about the sick situation, huh?


16 posted on 11/10/2011 11:52:02 AM PST by Responsibility2nd (NO LIBS! This means liberals AND libertarians (same thing) NO LIBS!)
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To: dfwgator
"It’s entirely possible that JoePa was under threat not to go to the authorities, at the risk of bodily harm to himself, or to family members......if so, that might absolve him."

If you are talking about the 2002 incident you are crazy!!! Joepa being threatened by someone about it? Who? Seriously? Joepa is Penn State!! He has all the power and all the authority there (or had). No one is going to be threatening him. If he had chosen in 2002 to do the right thing and go to the police, at least the campus police everyone would have been behind him.

Let me ask you something, if that board last night had just fired the University President and not JoePa do you seriously think there would have been riots there? That should tell you all you need to know about who was in control of Penn State until last night. They were rioting for their "king"...
17 posted on 11/10/2011 11:52:34 AM PST by Old Teufel Hunden
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To: WPaCon
I understand why the victims would not want to be re-victimized by being blamed for JoePa's firing.

That said, the Trustees may have information the public does not. I hope the Madden rumors are not true also, but I keep coming back to the fact that Sandusky "retired" in 1999 at age 55 after a police investigation in 1998, in the prime of his coaching career. And he never sought another coaching job. Was there a deal? If so, was JoePa in on it? How could he not be?

I'm afraid there are other shoes to drop here.

18 posted on 11/10/2011 11:53:36 AM PST by colorado tanker
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To: txrefugee

I don’t believe they violated any NCAA rules so the NCAA will walk no, run away from this a.s.a.p.


19 posted on 11/10/2011 11:53:53 AM PST by edcoil (I grew up in a country that was honest, I am growing old in a country that is not. I am sorry.)
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To: WPaCon

My heart goes out to these victims, and I hope that they get the counseling that they need. I have a good friend who was molested and to this day she has a hard time not believing that it was partially her fault. These victims need to be made to understand that it is not their fault, nor is any of the fallout resulting from it.


20 posted on 11/10/2011 11:53:59 AM PST by KansasGirl
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To: ontap

I am glad that you are sorry about Penn State’s football season. But I am actually a Florida State Alumni. You would think I would be thrilled with Joe getting the boot as it just makes Bobby even more superior (he retired in 2010 unfortunately). lol. But I am not because it is just sad all around.


21 posted on 11/10/2011 11:54:16 AM PST by napscoordinator
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To: WPaCon

It isn’t up to the victims to decide who needs to be fired. Paterno is certainly not innocent. He eased Sandusky out as assistant coach, but let him have continued access to Penn State athletic facilities long after he knew that Sandusky was using them to molest children.


22 posted on 11/10/2011 11:54:36 AM PST by iowamark (Rick Perry says I'm heartless.)
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To: WPaCon
May I translate?

A Harrisburg civil attorney who has been advising some of the alleged victims of former Penn State defensive coach Jerry Sandusky released a statement today about the board of trustees action last night firing coach Joe Paterno. "The board of trustees got it wrong. They should have consulted the victims before making a decision on Mr. Paterno," Ben Andreozzi said. "They should have considered these victims watch TV and are aware of the students' reaction and may not want to be associated with the downfall of Mr. Paterno. The school instead elected to do what it felt was in its own best interest at the time. Isn’t that what put the school in this position in the first place?"


The lawyer is mad because he didn't get any publicity from Penn State. I know the article says he's pro bono here but we all know this guy wanted some sound bites with Penn State officials for down the road......
23 posted on 11/10/2011 11:55:54 AM PST by GQuagmire ('Don't Piss The Lady Off'...)
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To: Responsibility2nd

I guess you and those idiot rioters didn’t hear what Joe himself said about the sick situation, huh?

No I didn’t. Why don’t you tell me because you seem to know it all. I wouldn’t be surprised to find that you knew about this situation yourself since you seem to be in the know.


24 posted on 11/10/2011 11:55:58 AM PST by napscoordinator
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To: trumandogz

The reports also state up to 2008 when he resigned from second mile due to an investigation, he continued to maintain he was innocent of any and all of the charges.

I wonder if rumors of your friend were out and they told you it was all a lie - would you support your friend?


25 posted on 11/10/2011 11:56:39 AM PST by edcoil (I grew up in a country that was honest, I am growing old in a country that is not. I am sorry.)
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To: WPaCon

Sorry, but what this guy did or failed to do is despicable. The cult of Penn State—students, coaches, officials, fans—are no different from the Hollyweirdos who rallied around Roman Polanski. Just as they thought being a great artist should pardon the sin of drugging and butt-raping a middle schooler, then fleeing the country instead of facing justice, the Penn State cult believes being a great coach should pardon the sin of whistling “Dixie” while your homie fondles young boys.

Blind celebrity worship is one of the things that’s bringing America down.


26 posted on 11/10/2011 11:56:56 AM PST by lazypadawan
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To: shankbear

Officials at Penn State created an environment that ENCOURAGED perversion, and that no sex was wrong.

It was the stated goal of President Spanier to become the most Gay-Friendly Campus in America, and Penn St. had the first All-GAY fraternity in America. (I’ll bet they have an interesting Hell Week)

With Adminstration-sponsored events like “QueerFest”, or the ‘Become a Lesbian for a day’ “C##tFest”, they CREATED an atmosphere where the perversions of a sicko like Sandusky found not only a home, but acceptence, and a staff willing to cover it up, for the sake of the MONEY the Football Program dragged in.

Penn State FIRED it’s 27 yr National Championship winning Women’s basketball coach, Rene Portland,in 2006, for telling a parent she would not tolerate Homosexuality on her team, claiming she created a “Hostile, discriminitive environment”

When people ask HOW something like this could have happened, and how it could be covered up so readily by the administration of the University, show them this.

In this kind of an atmosphere, can you hardly be surprised that sexual abuse of children would go on?


27 posted on 11/10/2011 11:57:09 AM PST by Scythian
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To: dfwgator
It’s entirely possible that JoePa was under threat not to go to the authorities, at the risk of bodily harm to himself, or to family members......if so, that might absolve him.

This is close to tin foil hat territory. Even if it were true, it doesn't absolve him. We're talking about the rape of a child.

28 posted on 11/10/2011 11:57:27 AM PST by pegleg (Lies will seek you out, but the truth must be sought.)
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To: WPaCon
Although tipping the tv van was a bit extreme, it was refreshing to see students “get it” and take on the media.

Too bad JoePa didn't get it a few years back and took on Sandusky.

29 posted on 11/10/2011 11:58:15 AM PST by NewinTexsas
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To: ltc8k6

How about his replacement - he was there at the time - should he go?

Penn State replaces ousted head football coach Joe Paterno with Tom Bradley, above left, a longtime assistant who also coached with Jerry Sandusky,


30 posted on 11/10/2011 11:59:11 AM PST by edcoil (I grew up in a country that was honest, I am growing old in a country that is not. I am sorry.)
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To: napscoordinator
“The board of trustees got it wrong. They should have consulted the victims before making a decision on Mr. Paterno,”

BINGO! The school went knee jerk without thinking this out. Penn State will lose so much from this mess. Of course the school and football will survive but it will cost them so much more than just paying the 9 victims which by the way, If I was Penn State, I would ONLY pay the victims that were abused at the school. Why pay for a victim that was at the perps home or at the camp site that the school had nothing to do with it.

I don't agree. PSU would keep itself open to even more potential liability if they let Paterno stay. Although Paterno met the minimum legal requirement - he failed to live up to the implied moral obligation he had as a leading member of the university staff.

Additionally, the Board of Trustees had to consider the wider implications to the university as a whole. PSU is NOT just sports. Because of this incident, enrollment applications, booster funding, alumni funding, corporate funding, government grants, etc. are all affected. Not to mention the impact on recruiting in ALL sports - not just football.

As far as consulting the families - I would not say that it was necessary. The families have NO say in what PSU does vis-a-vis personnel matters. But, it would have been decent of the Board of Trustees to give the families a prior "heads-up" as to their decision BEFORE announcing it at a press conference.

I went to PSU and lived right across from the football practice facilities in the "Nittany Dorms". I saw Paterno quite frequently in the parking lot. Even got to speak to him from time to time, so I was more than a passing acquaintance. We rarely talked football.

At the time, my impresssion was that he was a decent, honorable man. He had scruples - such as when he benched players for getting drunk at the bars, or when he dismissed Paul Lankford from the team for being involved in a robbery.

He was forgiving, though. If drunk players went to counseling and kept their noses clean, they were allowed to play again. He told Lankford to man-up and admit his guilt, accept the court's punishment, serve a one-year dismissal [BUT remain in school at his own expense], and keep his nose clean. After the year was up [and Lankford met all of the requirements], he was re-instated onto the team.

This is why I am puzzled - the circumstances of this incident is NOT the Paterno I knew ...

31 posted on 11/10/2011 12:00:10 PM PST by Lmo56 (If ya wanna run with the big dawgs - ya gotta learn to piss in the tall grass ...)
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To: trumandogz

>>an organization providing services to child sex abuse victims, which is offering free counseling to the alleged victims<<

You get what you pay for.

What a crappy statement to make - but if you’ve been on any PSU message boards, the “blame the victims” or “media” bandwagon is thriving.

Penn Staters (admins, students, alum groups & fans) - where is your moral compass? Where is the outrage at the horrific crimes? College football was here before you were born, it will be here after you’re worm food. You will survive the loss of your coach - the inability to see right from wrong is a bigger problem.


32 posted on 11/10/2011 12:00:19 PM PST by LadyBuck (In the immortal words of Jean Paul Sartre, 'Au revoir, gopher')
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To: WPaCon

Police on the scanners last night were estimating 500+, which grew to over a thousand by the time they started sweeping the streets.

Pictures of the crowd are all over the internet and Twitter.
Two thousand would be easily believable.


33 posted on 11/10/2011 12:00:47 PM PST by tcrlaf (Election 2012: THE RAPTURE OF THE DEMOCRATS)
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To: napscoordinator

Just assumed since you hail from the great state of Pennsylvania you would be a Penn State fan and that you were quite concerned that Penn State might have to pony up some money!


34 posted on 11/10/2011 12:01:28 PM PST by ontap
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To: napscoordinator
No I didn’t.

I would also guess that you didn't see the video of Joe last night laughing and smiling with all the attention he was getting?

35 posted on 11/10/2011 12:01:37 PM PST by NewinTexsas
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To: txrefugee
This is by far the worst scandal in any football program in U.S. history. A 25-year death penalty by the NCAA should be pronounced immediately. Otherwise, that body can’t justify what it did to SMU for a far less serious infraction.

The difference between this case and the SMU case was that the SMU case involved infractions of NCAA rules. The PSU case is a criminal case that does not involve the NCAA. If there is a body that needs to penalize Penn State football for this cover up it is the Penn State Trustees. They have the power to shut down the program and probably should do so.

36 posted on 11/10/2011 12:02:52 PM PST by NRG1973
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To: edcoil

TB will be gone at the end of the season.


37 posted on 11/10/2011 12:03:25 PM PST by NewinTexsas
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To: WPaCon
The lawyers point is that he thinks the “community” there in “Happy” Valley will further victimize these young men because of what happened with Paterno.

After hearing what I have heard and seeing what I have seen I think his fears are well founded.

What do you think that says about the people at PennState?

38 posted on 11/10/2011 12:03:35 PM PST by allmendream (Tea Party did not send the GOP to D.C. to negotiate the terms of our surrender to socialism.)
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TB will be gone at the end of the season.

I think Penn State won't play football for at least one, maybe two seasons....you're going to have to bring in an entirely new coaching staff, potentially release the current players to go to other schools, and try to recruit new players....there's no way you'll be ready by the start of the season.

39 posted on 11/10/2011 12:04:59 PM PST by dfwgator (I stand with Herman Cain.)
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To: edcoil

When McQueary reported to Paterno, it was not the first time for Sandusky. Sandusky had already been investigated for showering with boys at Penn State. So Paterno had no reason not to believe McQueary. Paterno knew that McQueary’s account was likely the truth, since Sandusky already had shown a pattern.

If Bradley knew what Paterno knew, then yes, Bradley shoudln’t stay a minute longer than Paterno.


40 posted on 11/10/2011 12:04:59 PM PST by ltc8k6
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To: napscoordinator
Don't be so smarmy. Is it my fault, you didn't know he announced his retirement?
 
The Board fired him (as they should) anyway.
 
But he did say this...
 
I wish I had done more.
 


41 posted on 11/10/2011 12:05:13 PM PST by Responsibility2nd (NO LIBS! This means liberals AND libertarians (same thing) NO LIBS!)
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To: edcoil

This went far beyond the rumor stage and JoePa continued to provide Sandusky with access to Penn State football facilities.

This is not a college football scandal about alumni buying a car for a football recruit, this is about a football coach sodomizing ten year old boys and the program covering up that fact.


42 posted on 11/10/2011 12:05:43 PM PST by trumandogz (In Rick Perry's Nanny State, the state will drive your kids to the dentist at tax payer expense)
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To: LadyBuck
Penn Staters (admins, students, alum groups & fans) - where is your moral compass? Where is the outrage at the horrific crimes? College football was here before you were born, it will be here after you’re worm food. You will survive the loss of your coach - the inability to see right from wrong is a bigger problem.

I can assure you that there is plenty of outrage and disgust over this. A few thousand drunken idiots who would use any excuse to riot aren't representative of most fans and alumni.

43 posted on 11/10/2011 12:05:52 PM PST by NittanyLion
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To: GQuagmire
The lawyer is mad because he didn't get any publicity from Penn State. I know the article says he's pro bono here but we all know this guy wanted some sound bites with Penn State officials for down the road......

Interesting that LGLPCI has announce a new fund drive centered on 'helping the Sandusky victims' ....

44 posted on 11/10/2011 12:06:48 PM PST by NewinTexsas
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To: GQuagmire

I think the attorney is saying that the firing of Paterno has made the situation more difficult for Sandusky’s victims to come forward. The victims, especially in the insulated world of Penn State and it’s peripheral communities, may not want to be smeared as the reason why King Joe has fallen. They may also have justifiable concerns for their safety and their families’ safety.


45 posted on 11/10/2011 12:07:34 PM PST by Third Person
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To: tcrlaf

One thing I’ve heard is that they are planning to have a mass exodus during the game in protest of removing Paterno.

One thing’s for sure, if the game does go on, Saturday, surreal won’t even begin to describe it.


46 posted on 11/10/2011 12:07:36 PM PST by dfwgator (I stand with Herman Cain.)
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To: edcoil
How about his replacement - he was there at the time - should he go?

Penn State replaces ousted head football coach Joe Paterno with Tom Bradley, above left, a longtime assistant who also coached with Jerry Sandusky,

Tom Bradley is the interim head coach. It is believed that when the season is over a new head coach will be hired and will be asked to totally replace the coaching staff. Similarly "flushing out" the Athletic Department and Security Department is neccesary.

47 posted on 11/10/2011 12:08:32 PM PST by NRG1973
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To: WPaCon
and may not want to be associated with the downfall of Mr. Paterno

Note the word 'may'. He is grandstanding.

48 posted on 11/10/2011 12:08:32 PM PST by NewinTexsas
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To: napscoordinator

No, the Trustee’s needed to fire Paterno, no need to consult anyone.


49 posted on 11/10/2011 12:10:09 PM PST by fortheDeclaration (All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. Burke)
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To: NRG1973

Every agency under Schultz needs to be flushed. Or at least fully reviewed for who he put in.


50 posted on 11/10/2011 12:10:41 PM PST by NewinTexsas
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