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All Of The Times That Jerry Sandusky Could’ve Been Stopped, But Wasn’t
The Patriot-News published a special report today that offers the most concise and clear timeline to date of all of the times that Jerry Sandusky could’ve been prevented from continuing to victimize kids, but wasn’t. Whether it was the police, the district attorney, school officials, or even a group of janitors, there were missed opportunities in 1995, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2008.
They also document how then-graduate assistant Mike McQueary’s eyewitness account, in which he walked in on Sandusky sodomizing a young boy in a Penn State locker room, was watered down as it winded its way through the school’s (and Second Mile’s) chain of command.
McQueary: anal rape.
[Head football coach] Joe Paterno: something of a sexual nature.
[Vice president for finance and business] Gary Schultz: inappropriately grabbing of the young boy’s genitals.
[Athletic director] Tim Curley: inappropriate conduct or horsing around.
[President] Graham Spanier: conduct that made someone uncomfortable.
[Second Mile president] Jack Raykovitz: a ban on bringing kids to the locker room.
As the Patriot-News notes, there are still tons of conflicting accounts in the Sandusky timeline, and some people are lying. Over the coming weeks and months, we’ll hopefully find out who.
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