What Would Have Happened In the Real World Compared To What Happened at Penn State If One of Our Employees Told Us That A Crime Has Been Committed At or On the Property of One of Our Companies – Yes, It Looks Like These Sorry Bastards At Penn State Covered Up A Crime That Was Committed Against…A Child! –Bastards! – We First Want To Hear From Coach Paterno To Find Out What the Hell Happened and Just Who the Hell Was Involved and Then the Penn State Trustees Need To Kick The Sorry SOB PSU President Graham Spanier To the Curb Who In Our Opinion Is One of The Sorriest People In Any Leadership Position In America Today – Solve the Problem Penn State and That Means Clean the Bastards That Are In Charge Out and If That Includes Coach Paterno Then So Be It
There has been a lot written and said over the past few days about the Sandusky – Penn State Scandal but before we address the current disaster that is now unfolding in Happy Valley, Pennsylvania we first must discuss what would happen in the REAL World if one of our employees walked into our offices and reported that a crime had happened at or on the property of one of our companies…..especially in comparison to what happened at Penn State.
If we were sitting in our office and one of our top employees walked in with one his subordinates and reported to any of us at Coaches Hot Seat that a crime had happened at or on the property at one of our companies the very first thing that would come out of our mouths to those two employees would be something like:
“Are you two telling me that a crime happened at this company and that one of you is an eyewitness to that crime?”
CHS: Picks up the phone and calls the general counsel of the company to come over and once the attorney arrives he has the two employees repeat their story that a crime has happened at or on the property of our company.
The very next thing that would happen in the REAL world is very simple:
Either the CEO or the general counsel of the company would call the police to report the crime and keep the two employees in the CEO’s office until the police arrived at the company to begin their investigation of the reported crime.
That is what would have happened and would happen today in the REAL World at ALL of our companies here at Coaches Hot Seat and in most of the rest of America as well.
What happened at Penn State when one of the top employees at the university (Joe Paterno) and a subordinate employee (Mike McQueary) reported to the athletic director at Penn State (Tim Curley) that a crime had been committed in the Penn State athletic complex?
In case these Bastards at Penn State don’t know it….
Doing NOTHING is just as a big of a crime as the crime that was committed with the only difference being that the original crime was disgusting and beyond the pale and the second crime was completely uncaring about the welfare of a child (and any other children) and in our opinion here at Coaches Hot Seat anyone involved in not immediately reporting the original crime to the police should be shown the door and if that means Coach Paterno must end his coaching career in disgrace for allowing this complete disaster that happened at Penn State then so be it.
Yes, there are plenty of people out there calling for Joe Paterno to step-down, but what about the leadership of the school meaning that (in our opinion) Sorry Piece of Crapola at the top of Penn State, president Graham Spanier?
It has now been over 4 days since this Sandusky story broke in the press and like the Coward and Sorry Excuse for a Human Being that in our opinion Graham Spanier is we haven’t heard much from the Coward and we can only wonder how Spanier is still employed at Penn State because his Sorry SOB should have been shown the door long before this Sandusky story broken because in our opinion Spanier is one of the Very Worst People we have ever run into in any leadership position in the United States of America.
Meanwhile the Penn State trustees are holding teleconferences and talking about what they should do and while at the same time we have a Penn State “official” leaking to the press that Coach Paterno’s support among the trustees is “eroding.”
What the Hell?
Where the Hell is Penn State president Graham Spanier who everyone that follows college football has seen in recent years is always ready and willing to run out in front of the cameras to parade his precious ass before the news media (Penn State’s Spanier silent at the wrong time, Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports)….but suddenly the Big Coward Spanier is in hiding….just like a Coward would behave after all so maybe we shouldn’t be surprised at this Sorry SOB’s behavior.
Yes, it is time for action at Penn State but first we Americans here at Coaches Hot Seat would like to hear from Coach Paterno on exactly what happened and just who else at Penn State was involved in what we consider in our opinion to be a cover-up of Sandusky’s alleged activities by the Penn State administration.
Joe Paterno needs to tell that Sorry Piece of Crapola that is the president of Penn State that he can stuff his decision to not allow Coach Paterno to speak at a press conference where the Sun Doesn’t Shine and then JoePa needs to tell college football fans and ALL Americans the truth of just what the Hell happened and just who the Hell was involved.
After Coach Paterno is allowed to speak then the Penn State trustees need to act and their very first act should be kicking the Sorry Piece of Crapola Graham Spanier, our opinion, to the curb and finding a president that actually gives a Damn about the students, faculty athletic department, student-athletes and everyone else at Penn State University.
Yes, a great day in the history of Penn State University may just be coming and that day will be when Graham Spanier is sent packing and told to get his Sorry Ass off the campus and away from all things to do with this great institution in Penn State that has had its reputation destroyed now by some Very Foolish and Very Disgusting people.
Timeline of events in Sandusky Case (From Grand Jury presentment – Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
“Jerry Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach, started The Second Mile organization for at-risk children in State College in 1977, when he was defensive coordinator on Joe Paterno’s staff. He was charged Friday with 40 counts related to the sexual abuse of eight boys in the program between 1994 and 2005. Here is a timeline of events outlined in a 23-page grand jury report.
1994 or 1995: A boy identified only as Victim 6 meets Mr. Sandusky at a picnic sponsored by The Second Mile when he was 7 or 8.
1994: Meets Victim 7, who is 10. Over the next couple of years, there is shared showering and cuddling when the boy stayed at Mr. Sandusky’s home.
1995 or 1996: Victim 5, age 7 or 8, meets Mr. Sandusky through The Second Mile. He says that later, sometime between 1996 and 1998, Mr. Sandusky pins him against a shower wall and places the boy’s hand on his penis.
1996 or 1997: Victim 4, age 12 or 13, has indecent contacts with Mr. Sandusky. This victim became a fixture in the Sandusky household and attended many football events over the years. Either before or after alleged sexual assaults, the victim receives expensive gifts from Mr. Sandusky.
1998: Victim 6, age 11, is taken to a locker room in the Penn State football facility, and Mr. Sandusky showers with him, giving him a bear hug. When he was dropped off at home, the boy’s mother learns about the shower and contacts university police. A detective listens in on two phone conversations with the mother and Mr. Sandusky on May 13, 1998, and May 19, 1998. Mr. Sandusky admits to the joint showering.
June 1, 1998: State Department of Public Welfare investigator and the university police detective interview Mr. Sandusky. He said he would not shower with children again.
May 1999: PSU football coach Joe Paterno tells Mr. Sandusky he will not be the next head coach at PSU. This precedes Mr. Sandusky’s retirement.
Summer 2000: Victim 3, between 7th and 8th grade at the time, meets Mr. Sandusky. He claims his genitals are touched and there are bear hugs in the shower.
Fall 2000: A janitor sees Mr. Sandusky in the shower at the PSU football complex with Victim 8. The boy was pinned against the wall while Mr. Sandusky performed a sex act on him. The janitor tells other janitorial staff and his boss. His supervisor tells him how to make an official report. Such a report is never made; there is discussion among janitorial staff of concern about their jobs if they report the incident.
March 1, 2002: A Penn State football graduate assistant, whose name is not in the presentment but who since has been identified as Mike McQueary, now the team’s wide receiver coach and recruiting coordinator, witnesses Mr. Sandusky having sex with Victim 2 in the shower at the Lasch Football Building.
March 2, 2002: Mr. McQueary reports what he saw to Mr. Paterno.
March 3, 2002: Mr. Paterno contacts the PSU athletic director, Tim Curley, his immediate supervisor.
Mid-March 2002: Mr. McQueary meets with Mr. Curley and Gary Schultz, senior vice president for finance and business.
Late March or early April 2002: Mr. McQueary hears back from Mr. Curley that Mr. Sandusky’s keys to the locker room were taken away and the incident had been reported to The Second Mile. Mr. Curley and Mr. Schultz said PSU president Graham Spanier was told that an incident had occurred in the shower but was not given the full details initially reported by Mr. McQueary.
2005 or 2006: Victim 1 meets Mr. Sandusky. In 2007, they start spending time together during the track season at the boy’s high school, with the boy staying overnight at Mr. Sandusky’s residence in State College, during which sexual activity occurred. Mr. Sandusky gave the boy expensive gifts.
2006 or 2007: A wrestling coach at a Clinton County elementary school enters a weight room at school and finds Victim 1 and Mr. Sandusky lying on their sides in physical contact.
Throughout 2007 and 2008: Mr. Sandusky performed a sex act more than 20 times on Victim 1.
Spring 2008: Victim 1 terminates contact with Mr. Sandusky while a freshman at Central Mountain High School in Clinton County.
Later in 2008: Victim 1′s mother contacted the school, which barred Mr. Sandusky from the school and reported the incident to police.
Between January 2008 and July 2009: There were 57 calls from Mr. Sandusky’s cell phone to Victim 1′s home phone.
September 2010: Mr. Sandusky retires from The Second Mile.
December 2010: Mr. McQueary testifies before grand jury.
Jan. 12, 2011: Mr. Curley and Mr. Schultz testify before grand jury.
Nov. 4, 2011: Charges filed against Mr. Sandusky related to sexual abuse of eight boys, and against Mr. Curley and Mr. Shultz for lying to the grand jury and failing to report the incidents to the proper authorities.”