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Old 11-08-2011   #130
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Default Re: Penn State Child Sex Case

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Originally Posted by Arsenal View Post
What concerns me is figuring where's Paterno's responsibility and I don't need to read the whole report for my answer.
First off, Paterno's moral responsibility as an adult, an educator, an authority figure, and just a HUMAN ****ING BEING is to call the ****ing cops as soon as he hears something like that. Furthermore, there's some indication at this point that educators are legally required to notify CPS if they see or hear evidence of child abuse.

Paterno can burn in hell just like Sandusky, and in my less charitable moments, I hope someone sends them both there soon.
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