Monday, 5 December 2011

coming clean takes on a new meaning

[showers: not always used for washing, especially at Penn State]

Nowadays, crime pays. In the US and elsewhere,
bankers can do whatever they want, and live
the high life, with government protection.

Although, at some point, they'll need the
witness protection programme, even though
the only thing they might witness is their
attempted beheading by a mob of starving proles.

It's the same 'business as usual' chant that
sweeps immorality under the rug. In Pennsylvania,
that meant that boys who were looking for a
chance to escape poverty fell into the hands
of a pedophile coach at Penn State.

The powerful people in any environment will
make it so that crime pays, because nobody
dares to speak out against them.

As Sandusky has discovered, 'coming clean' does not mean
doing young boys in the showers.

checktitout: Dialy Mail
In 2002, graduate assistant coach Mike McQueary claims that he saw Sandusky raping a young boy in the team showers. He then told Mr Paterno, and Mr Paterno told Mr Curley.
This was not the first time that concerns about Sandusky had been brought to the attention of university officials- there was a complaint filed by the mother of another boy in 1998 that was investigated by campus police- but little seems to have happened.
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