Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't realize you were one of those people who equates, "legal" with "moral." There may be some overlap, but they are not the same thing. As I don't have the power to try or sentence McQueery, I needn't worry about rendering a legally sufficient opinion. I can base a personal judgment based on my own morality, and for that, I'll go off of McQueery's own Grand Jury Testimony, in which he freely acknowledges having witnessed a grown man raping a child, and walking away from it.
Similarly, I'll form a personal judgment from Paterno's own statement that he, "should have done more". In that, all I'm doing is agreeing with Paterno.
Or is it that you like a good lynching?
The crimes against these children were perpetrated by a single abuser. There is also someone who saw this first hand and did not call the police. The old guy is probably senile and can be fooled by anyone.
I don't watch football, don't know anything about Penn State, but do recognize a media lynching when I see one.
The cover up needs to be vetted in a court of law.
That’s not the whole statement. The first part of that was “With the benefit of hindsight.”
As in, knowing now what kind of monster Sandusky is, he wishes he had done more. He had no idea at the time.