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The situation revolving around the Penn State Nittany Lions pedophilia scandal is truly unprecedented and earth-shattering. Sadly, we know these types of atrocities are committed in numerous places outside State College, PA.
And it turns out there’s another University with a similar revelation this week. The Citadel spokespeople say they’re commenting on this incident now because of media requests since the arrest of a former camp counselor.
The Citadel, a famous military school in South Carolina, revealed Saturday that it had investigated accusations against a camp counselor but (just like at Penn State) took no action. The suspect has been jailed since then on five counts of molesting young boys.
“We regret that we did not pursue this matter further,” Citadel President Lt. General John Rosa and Board of Visitors Chair Doug Snyder said in a statement.
The Citadel said it investigated four years ago accusations of inappropriate conduct with children by Louis Neal “Ski...
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This is the first, and perhaps the last time a Saturday Night LIVE clip will be featured and recommended here, but their approach towards the Penn State situation was absolutely brilliant. Yes, it was uncomfortable, will probably make you cringe, but frankly that was their goal. Even touching this topic in this forum is bold [...]
Both EPSN, The Worldwide Leader In Sports and Penn State football, is feeling the effects of the Penn State sex scandal, which got former Head Coach Joe Paterno FIRED last week, and also has gotten high members of the University of Penn State looking a criminal chargers, along with possible lawsuit from the rape victims of Jerry Sandusky, a former assistant coach for Peterno who...
Guns and Moonshiners -- YouTube user 'bamassippi' posted CNN video titled Creepy Penn State riot documentarian on Wednesday with the following description:
Long leather jacket? Check.
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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- When they talk about first families of Penn State football, it begins with the Paternos. Next comes the Suheys.
Jack Raykovitz was chief executive for 28 years of the Second Mile, the foundation started by Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of sexually abusing young boys.
Via Peter Alexander of NBC Nightly News, Penn State receivers coach Mike McQueary has sent an email to former teammates. McQueary, who played at Penn State in the 1990s, was the one who told the grand jury he had witnessed Jerry Sandusky raping a child in a Penn State shower in 2002, when McQueary was a graduate assistant coach. In a series of tweets...
The Penn State football coach who told a grand jury that he saw
another coach molest a child failed to meet "a moral obligation" to
intervene, Pennsylvaniaâs governor said Sunday,
adding that he expects more victims to come forward.
The Huskers beat the Nittany Lions 17-14 in a Big Ten game, but that didn't matter. After a week of scandal, it was the first time the healing process could start, writes Andy Staples.
MSNBC.com reports: Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky said in an interview with NBC's Bob Costas for NBC News' Rock Center show that airs Monday evening that he's not a pedophile. But the ex-coach does admit he horsed around with young boys in the shower.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Capping the worst week in school history, No. 12 Penn State couldn't overcome a 17-point deficit and was stopped short on a fourth-and-1 late in a 17-14 loss Saturday to No. 19 Nebraska.
The outcome was secondary in Happy Valley.
A tumultuous chapter that began with the arrest of former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky on shocking child sexual...
According to the grand jury report, Penn State athletic director Tim Curley "testified that he informed Dr. Jack Raykowvitz, Executive Director of The Second Mile of the conduct reported to him..." That conversation took place nine years ago. The Second Mile will now be represented by a law firm that counts former Philly DA Lynne Abraham...
The Penn State football coach who told a grand jury that he saw another coach molest a child failed to meet "a moral obligation" to intervene, Pennsylvania's governor said Sunday, adding that he expects more victims to come forward.