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America: Home Of The Depraved

10 November 2011 @ 10:50

Clayton Cramer points out the most disturbing aspect of the whole disgusting mess at Penn State in a post entitled How Much More Evil Does Our Culture Have To Get? After quoting from the grand jury transcripts, which detail the anal rape of a ten-year old boy by Assistant Coach Sandusky in a shower and the discovery of this vile act by a graduate assistant who did not report the incident immediately to the police, he comments [tip of the fedora to Wombat-Socho's Live At Five]:

Look, even calling 911 would have been an improvement over this, but how sick and evil has our society become that the graduate assistant didn’t go over and bash Sandusky’s head into the wall to stop this crime from taking place? Has fear of being called a homophobe at Penn State become so powerful that seeing a crime this horrible underway did not cause an immediate direct, violent response?

There was a time when this sort of action in a locker room involving two adults would have at least caused a call to the police. But this guy is raping a ten year old boy? (Those of you wanting to arguing, "But it might have been consensual," don’t bother commenting here.)…

Even if the GA felt that Coach Sandusky would have been able to kick the living crap out of him, he was still obligated to put himself in harm’s way for the sake of the child.

Even if the GA were an absolute and total physical coward, he could have called the police.

The graduate assistant should be ashamed of himself for the rest of his lilly-livered little life for allowing that boy to be raped. He should also be fired. His name is Mike McQueary and his now the Penn State Wide Receiver Coach.

As for the GA’s father, according to the grand jury report:

The graduate assistant went to his office and called his father, reporting to him what he had seen. His father told the graduate assistant to leave the building and come to his home. The graduate assistant and his father decided that the graduate assistant had to report what he had seen to Coach Joe Paterno ("Paterno"), head football coach of Penn State. The next morning, a Saturday, the graduate assistant telephoned Paterno and went to Paterno’s home, where he reported what he had seen.

The father, obviously, brought his son up in his own image.

They decided to wait until the next day?!?

Joe Paterno then kicked it up to his superior and nothing was ever done. This was in 2002.

None of the people involved in this possess any moral sense. Their behavior is not that of civilized people.

God damn them all.

-The report of the grand jury may be found here.

-That Mr. Cramer even has to issue [and he had to] the warning that he does at the end of the quote above speaks to how depraved Western Society has become.

-Last night, Joe Paterno was fired. It’s about time. However, many of Penn State’s students didn’t feel that way and they rioted.

Michelle Malkin has provided excellent coverage of it and comments:

Hoodlums tore down street signs, threw beer bottles at police, pulled down a lamp post, and made an utter mess as they chanted “F**k the media” and “F**k the trustees” for taking long overdue, underwhelming action to can Paterno and Penn State’s president Graham Spanier for enabling accused child sex predator/rapist Joseph Sandusky for years….

-Don Surber reports that the Feds will be investigating the practices at Penn State.

-Dame Maggie has information on what Sandusky’s many victims suffered.

9 Comments
  1. 10 November 2011 @ 16:46 16:46

    McQueary says he also told Curley and Schultz personally, in separate meetings. This story broke in April. Sandusky was working out in the PSU gym just last week (allegedly). Thanks for linking Bob.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      10 November 2011 @ 20:05 20:05

      That was a crackerjack post, Maggie.

  2. Rosalie permalink
    10 November 2011 @ 17:35 17:35

    I hope he’s not going to be allowed in the game on Saturday. As someone on ESPN said, you don’t take Paterno out and then allow him in the game. I believe that any mother or father seeing something like that would have stopped Sandusky. There would have been no hesitation. It’s a nightmare, and it’s only getting worse.l

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      10 November 2011 @ 20:06 20:06

      If the man has any decency left, he will drop out of the public for the rest of his life. There is no excuse possible for the way he handled this matter.

  3. 10 November 2011 @ 19:31 19:31

    It’s certainly turning into Sodom and Gomorra! All those who knew and did nothing should be fired, and turned over to police as accomplices.

    I have no pity for that old fart Paterno, he was just covering his ass, he’s just a guilty, I think. He just cared about his legacy and getting money for their f-ing football.

    Well, it all blew up in their faces, and now he’s the perfect disgrace he should be.
    Those rioting brats need to get a clue, they are just as bad as the clueless clowns at OWS.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      10 November 2011 @ 20:08 20:08

      I will give Paterno credit for one thing [and one thing only]: he issued a message to the rioters to go home.

  4. 10 November 2011 @ 21:30 21:30

    The whole thing is disgusting. McQuery should be fired immediately.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      10 November 2011 @ 23:45 23:45

      Did he get his current job because he kept his mouth shut and didn’t go to the police?

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