Not a Happy Valley, now.
Yeah. And if he did and the cops did nothing, the cops would be equally culpable. Nobody can be believed here.
But hey, let’s pay attention because it will create jobs, won’t it?
Strictly a distraction for anyone other than the participants.
Nothing “on the record,” they mean.
They probably called Joe Pa for guidance on that.
If the D.A. was working on the case back in the 90’s and ended up missing in action, don’t you think that the police were somehow and sometime during that period called in to investigate the case? Wouldn’t they be brought into working the case at the same time the D.A. was actively involveda? Don’t you think the Board of Trustees for Penn State when this D.A. was working on the case, would be notified that there is a potential child molester working in the Atlectic Dept? Also wouldn’t you think that at that time Sandusky’s name would be on the police’s radar. Why wasn’t he being carefully watched at that time?
Whoever ends up in charge of this investigation sure has their work cut out for them. Don’t know if anybody can be believed.
As a result of anally raping a 20-year old in the Penn State locker room, Paterno takes Sandusky's locker room keys.
McQueary continues to work for the Penn State athletic department and after graduating from graduate school becomes an administrative assistant for the football program. A year later, in 2004, McQueary is hired onto Joe Paterno's staff as the wide receivers coach.
The NCAA limits the number of assistant coaches a football team can have. Most of the time graduate assistants move on to assistant coaching jobs at smaller Division 1AA or Division 2 schools. Will Muschamp went from Auburn as a grad assistant to Division 2 West Georgia as an assistant coach.
One would think McQueary would just want to get the Hell out of Happy Valley for a few years. Instead, he became another participant in the ongoing Sandusky cover-ups.
I smell a payoff: "Just keep quiet Mike, and you'll be on the staff as soon as job opens up."
I also think Sandusky will go nuclear when things get bad. He will sell all kinds of dirt on the Penn State program to pay his legal bills.
So now the question is, did he really talk to anybody about it? How do we know who he actually told, and who he didn’t, if he keeps saying he told people and they keep saying he didn’t?
The whole thing smells Clintonish. Paterno transfers the ownership of his house to his wife for $1 in July while the grand jury is investigating. Ass’t coach said he contacted the police but they have no “record” on file. My guess is that the whole athletic staff, local police, Penn State Administration, big alumni bunch, Two Mile management and a good percentage of Happy Valley are in on it and covering it up!
The cover up gets murkier.
The whole thing stinks.
This coverup his some shrewd directors, I suspect.
Is anyone else wondering why Mike McQueary hasn’t been fired already?