Friday, November 11, 2011

money and sin

“For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” —1st Timothy 6:10

Let me speak plainly, I know nothing about college football or any other games
colleges play for money. Yes for money that is why in Penn state they had one of the most heinous crimes against young children go unreported for years because the school didn't want to loose the revenue that this so called coach brought into the pockets of the school.
Joe Paterno the coach was fired because he knew of the sexual attacks on young boys and did not report it to police instead he told his boss and that fellow told some one else.
Now it is rumored that two "prominent columnists" are currently investigating a rumor that Jerry Sandusky's Second Mile Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed to serve underprivileged youths, was "pimping out young boys to rich (Penn State) donors."
Apparently it is reported that it was well known that Sandusky was using his office at Penn state which he was allowed to keep after he retired in 1999 to molest young boys over the years.
•Report: The Pennsylvania Attorney General's office dropped a bombshell on not only the sports world but many worlds far-reaching when it released a 23-page grand jury report with graphic detail and evidence about Sandusky's decades-long sexual abuse of eight specific victims. Sandusky was arrested on 40 criminal charges. Penn State Athletic Director Tim Curley and another high-ranking PSU administrator, Gary Schultz, were charged with perjury. It was immediately apparent, based on evidence in the grand jury report, that people in some of the highest positions of leadership at Penn State knew about Sandusky's sexual abuse as long ago as 1998 and had engaged in large-scale institutional cover up.
This is about money and sex plain and simple and all the people who knew about this in the college and did nothing should go to jail along with Sandusky.

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