At least you're consistent.
The tat players should not have been rewarded by getting to play in the bowl game.
You were pulling evidence out of your wide asshole that came to you somehow from a grand jury indictment.
I just offered that a PA. DA at one time refused to file charges.
If you are just guessing that the media covered it up, just say so.
If not, exactly who in the media is "just as culpable for the rape"?
I looked at your question and thought of the overall impact something like that would have on the high school community. Obviously a smaller and you'd assume closer community than a major university. Students still living at home with their parents so the impact is real and hits very close to home. A high school football staff that probably has maybe 3-5 assistants unless it's one of those big 4A high schools in like Texas. So the coaches/staff work closer and more personally with each of the players. And all of the coaches are probably a lot more visible, at least with the parents of the actual football players. And while it may be a huge impact financially to the high school, it wouldn't have the same type of devastating financial impact it would a major university like Penn State that relies on its football program to make huge money and to provide for hundreds of jobs.
At a high school, I think it's a bigger and more direct and more emotional impact on that smaller community. It would be right in front of every parent's face. And it would make more sense and I assume would be easier with a lot less bureaucratic red tape and less opposition to shut down the football program.
And remember that the "death penalty" at least in college is 1-2 years, not more. You're not talking about generations and generations of kids getting affected by the punishment. You're talking 1 or 2 senior classes.
You have to be a really special kind of retarded to seriously think the media was sitting on a story this attention worthy and jaw dropping but decided to do nothing with it. If you were the journalist who broke this story wide open it would make your career, no journalist would sit on this and wait for JoePa to break the all time wins record.
They sat on the Tiger Woods story till she took up the 9 iron in public, MSM picked it up and they had no choice but to bleed him out.
They sat on the steroids in baseball story until McGuire & Sosa bled us out then they bled them out.
They sat on this one as well. The children were of no consequence.
I dont think this has to do with PSU. It has to do with a sick, disgusting individual and the spineless cowards that enabled him.
I still can't fathom a guy seeing some 50 year old man porking a 9 year old in a shower and not trying to intervene, or, at least call 9-1-1. It defies logic.
They didn't know about it, retard.
No real harm in the Woods case in all honesty. Without conscience by Media, but, it's America.
And so it fucked up the records books forever more in the McGuire/Sosa dog & pony show. MLB knew too, but, couldn't stop themselves from fouling their own bed.
In this PA., case the children were deemed powerless and "invisible" by everybody. Media wrote their own ticket on this one.
It's fantastic is what it is.
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