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(Philly.com)   Joe Paterno supporters take their place alongside birthers, truthers, and moon landing denialists   (philly.com) divider line 108
    More: Followup, Joe Paterno, Penn State, moon landings, FBI Director Louis Freeh, board of trustees, trustees, Thursday Afternoon  
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2013-03-15 09:07:38 AM

pion: Subby, don't forget climate change deniers and evolution deniers.


I still don't know what a climate change denier is
 
2013-03-15 09:09:10 AM

ElwoodCuse: I sound fat:

That inflated number alone shows that the people writing the Freeh report were willing to lie to seem credible.

That "inflated number" shows you don't know how legal document review works


THIS
 
2013-03-15 09:37:48 AM

GoldSpider: PC LOAD LETTER: Like 9/11, right?

9/11 Truthers "know" what the government knew the same as the Paterno-haters "know" what he knew.


We knew what he knew because of public testimony. I know you have a hard-on for football and Penn State, but your hero was a farking asshole who ignored a charge of child rape. That's his legacy and that is what people now know him as. Sorry for your loss.
 
2013-03-15 09:40:32 AM

justtray: Paterno was told about an instance in 2001, reported it as he was required, at which point it was no longer his moral or legal responsibility


This is why you fail.
 
2013-03-15 10:48:44 AM
Still nothing new on the dissappeared DA who job it would have been to get things rolling?
 
2013-03-15 11:13:26 AM

flynn80: Still nothing new on the dissappeared DA who job it would have been to get things rolling?


That was just a weird coincidence.  Nothing to see here.  Move along....

/the whole thing stinks to high heaven
 
2013-03-15 01:29:58 PM
This also will be the first trustee meeting since the Paterno family released its own report, which absolved the coach of wrongdoing in the scandal.

Damn, the members of the Paterno family sound like real sleuths.  Maybe after this they can help OJ find the real killer.
 
2013-03-15 03:02:01 PM

mikaloyd: WillofJ2: I just have never understood why this was an NCAA thing to regulate and punish.
The penalized were committed while he was not a football coach right?  It did not give them an advantage as a football program, they didnt cover up any players or recruiting violations, so why the football penalties from all i read Paterno hated the guy and the university actually gave him permission to use the facility not the football program.

Do you mean like the time Sandusky took the kid to the bowl game in Texas to rape him in the hotel room? Amd when the kid complained Sandusky told him to shut up or he'd send him home in disgrace. But if he stayed for more Sandusky loving he could be a walk on at PSU?  Would that be against NCAA rules? Or not in your mind?

Because all that is in the Grand Jury report if you simply botherd to read it..


Again all criminal, and an act of an individual, and while said in the grand jury and probably true I don't think he was convicted on those points, Also I think him guilty from my limited knowledge of the case and I hope the man suffers terrible things in prison, that said I just wanted to know the abilities of the NCAA to regulate these actions beyond the point of when he was actually involved as an employee of the football program and to which they are allowed to penalize the university, which was answered later, chill out, take some deep breaths.
 
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