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July 23, 2012
It is unfathomable and illogical to think … someone who experienced massive and persistent abuse as a child … would have knowingly turned a blind eye to a report of child abuse.
Former PSU President Graham Spanier explaining, in a letter to Penn State trustees, that he was a child-abuse victim and wouldn’t have ‘turned a blind eye’ to others in response to Freeh report. (via imwithkanye)
16:55 // 2 years ago
June 18, 2012
I’ve been concerned about this since the beginning. There were very broad representations made by the Commonwealth on the bill of particulars. Since then, the Commonwealth has submitted an amended bill of particulars, and amended their information, which I believe now meets the standards of due process. Although early on I certainly was not persuaded that that was the case.
Judge John Cleland • Suggesting that initially, he didn’t feel that the prosecution in the Jerry Sandusky sexual-abused trial had a strong enough case against the former Penn State coach — suggesting that the charges, at least initially, were too vague. That’s actually something that Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, has said to the judge multiple times, but Cleland has dismissed. So the fact that he’s admitting this, after a bit of debate over whether some of the 52 counts against Sandusky should be dropped, is a bit of a surprise. The prosecution in the trial is expected to rest today, after one last witness.
10:43 // 2 years ago
November 13, 2011