Freeh made the report of his eight-month investigation public earlier Thursday and said the board did not perform its necessary oversight duties in the case, which allowed senior university officials, including ex-president Graham Spanier and the late coach, Joe Paterno, to conceal Sandusky's activities.
Peetz and Frazier acknowledged board members did not ask the right questions of Spanier and allowed the former president to frame the case as something that was not as serious as it turned out to be. "We did not press the issue," Frazier said.
Because of that connivance. The report on the matter leaves absolutely no doubt about whether the University knew and could have put a stop to it. Holy cow, the ex-President and the individual Trustees are all fixin' to be personally ruined financially by the lawsuits. The heirs of Joe Pa will likely have to give back everything they inherited from his estate.
And quite frankly, all this should happen. Voltaire said it best: Dans ce pay-ci, il est bon de tuer de temps en temps un amiral pour encourager les autres.
We find it useful to kill an Admiral every now and then, to encourage the others.
Jerry Sandusky, Frank Beck is keeping the coals glowing in Hell in anticipation of your arrival.