Did Jerry Sandusky Sell Boys for Second Mile Donations?

Like the rabbit hole from hell, the Jerry Sandusky scandal doesn’t seem to end. The former Penn State assistant football coach liked to rape little boys. Eight charges have been filed against the pervert, and God knows how many more actually took place.

Then we found out that legendary head coach Joe Paterno knew about rapes, and did nothing about it. In 2002, assistant coach Mike McQueary walked in on Sandusky sodomizing a ten-year-old boy in the locker room. He did nothing to stop it, but later called his dad and then Paterno to report it.

These guys knew Sandusky liked to rape little boys, and they did nothing to stop him. A sin of omission is just as bad as a sin of commission, guys.

But where did all of these young kids come from? College hardly seems to be a great hangout place for the tween set.

Well, Second Mile is a nonprofit organization founded by Penn State that encourages young kids “who need additional support and who would benefit from positive human contact.”

I’m sure rape wasn’t the kind of contact they had in mind.

And because this is the horror story that just won’t end, Pittsburg radio host Mark Madden said this morning:

“I can give you a rumor and I can give you something I think might happen,” Madden told John Dennis and Gerry Callahan. “I hear there’s a rumor that there will be a more shocking development from the Second Mile Foundation — and hold on to your stomachs, boys, this is gross, I will use the only language I can — that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors. That was being investigated by two prominent columnists even as I speak.”

I have no words.

Comments

  1. First of all, this situation is literally disgusting. However, I do not agree with “did nothing” statement. The President of the of the University is over Campus Police. When Joe reported the incident to not only the president, but also to his direct superior the Athletic Director he did what he was supposed to do.

    Every organization has a chain of command. The United States Government and military runs by this. In any form of military, you follow the chain of command and when something is brought to their attention they also complete an investigation. When you are told or if you get the chance to be told of the findings of the investigation you are to believe that they did what they were supposed to do during the investigation. They are your direct superviors and in that position for a reason. You are supposed to trust them. If you do not agree with the findings, you do not jump your rank. That is a no no. We are talking about our Government. Can you imagine what this country will turn into if everyone decided that their superiors did not do what they thought was to be correct. There will be no trust and the doors are now open for every situation.

    I do not have all of the facts, but I would bet to say that I am pretty close. Joe Paterno was clueless about this and why would should we beleive otherwise. He has never been named a suspect or has he been investigated. If you know the Paterno’s, their lives are dedicated to the children. He has more father/son combinations playing for him than anyone ever has or ever will. There is trust with Joe. I do feel bad for him. His legacy is ruined because in 2002, Mike Mcquerry did not use common sense. He should have stopped it and could have stopped it,and been the hero. He told his dad not the police because that is what Joe should have done right? The both of them (Mike and Dad)failed the School and both should be investigated as well. If we are saying Joe did not do what he was supposed to, then Mike and his father are just as guilty. Joe is not the problem here.

    Joe was fired to protect the University and Joe’s family from potential and continuous questioning by media. The media has forotten about the kids in this situation due to all of the reports that they write, blog or whatever. I am disgusted with the media and how they are allowed to publish things in their newspapers while corrupting everyone who reads their publications.

    I am not trying to be right here but I do know that there needs to be some common sense. And please do not take this as an arguement. Joe told his superiors, and they did not do their jobs. Period! If Joe is guilty, then Mike McQuerry and his father are just as guilty. This is not about them! This is about common sense and what the President of the University did not do. I dont believe any of them are guilty from what I have read because they all told their superiors. I believe the President is the guilty party because he is the one who oversees the entire operations for the University and he is the one who dropped the ball. He knew and he was fired. He will be found guilty, and he will serve time in a prison for perjury. The University will be paying a lot of money to the victims in Civil Suits and this will go on for years. I am sorry to put all of the blame on him, but he is the guilty party. He must have been covering something up. Why else would you lie, and not take care of it when he knew others knew about it?

    The children are the victims here and this situation is horrific. I pray for all of them. Thank you for letting me vent.

  2. I apologize for the grammar and spelling as well.

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