some quotes from the website of jerry sandusky's football camp.......
"In the past we set our sights on teen-age boys," said Coach Sandusky, 67. "Kids that age, however, can be slippery, especially if they're going through a rebellious stage. We need to get our hands on kids when they're younger in order to have the greatest impact on them.""We encourage kids to sleep over in order to derive the full benefit of the camping experience," said Coach Sandusky. "We don't want Jerry's Kids to be the kind who run and tell Mommy or Daddy when the least little thing happens.""I've seen Coach Sandusky interacting with young men," said Coach McQueary. "He's a hands-on guy who knows how to drive his message home. I'm looking forward to working with him because I wouldn't be a coach at Penn State if it wasn't for Coach Sandusky."
Boy, you can sure read between those lines.
^nvm. those are fake. oops
please tell me you all read the moof post there.. that **** was all fake
According to the grand jury, then, here is how McQueary’s eyewitness account became watered down at each stage:
McQueary: anal rape.
Paterno: something of a sexual nature.
Curley: inappropriate conduct or horsing around
Spanier: conduct that made someone uncomfortable.
Raykovitz: a ban on bringing kids to the locker room.
TWO THINGS ARE CERTAIN
These dates spanning 13 years share two common threads that run through the entire grand jury presentment. At each stage, boys voiced concern or pain or alarm at the conduct of Jerry Sandusky — or adults witnessed behavior they found troubling or alarming.
And at each stage, other adults dismissed, minimized or failed to act upon those concerns.
It remains to be seen whether any of these actions, or the statements behind them, are a matter for the courts. For now, only two things are certain:
Many of the accounts in this tragic and tangled history conflict with one another.
And everyone cannot be telling the truth.
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