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KBSI Perspective
I work with a person who is a graduate of Penn State University. He is still struggling with the shameful actions of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky and the fall of legendary coach Joe Paterno. Thanks to a Pennsylvania judge, after two days of recent testimony, former athletic director Tim Curley, former university vice-president Gary Schultz and ousted President Graham Spanier are going to have to stand trial related to an alleged cover up. Sandusky, of course, has been convicted of 45 counts of child sexual abuse and will serve at least 30 years in prison for his actions. If he gets out, and that is unlikely, he will be 99. Let’s be clear here, all three of the university officials have outright denied any wrongdoing. How much of a cover up there was we will never know. These Pennsylvania officials and their families have already suffered with nasty news coverage about what they did or did not know. All three have lost their jobs. Finding comparable new ones will be extremely difficult. Could they have done a better job of investigating what supposedly reported to them? Probably. But they did not commit the horrendous acts. Jerry Sandusky is in jail. Coach Paterno’s statute has been taken down, he has passed away and it is time to move forward. Schultz, Spanier, and Curley’s lives have changed for the worse. Penn State University students need a break from the constant reminders of these tragic events. A trial for these three officials is outright wrong. What do you think?Penn State Trials


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