And every single one of you Penn State fans rioting over the loss of your beloved coach are complicit in the evil.
No one knows how many little boys will carry horrible scars for the rest of their lives. Statistically, they are far more likely to pass on the abuse to others. And so on, and so on.
But you seem to think winning football games is more important than protecting children. That it’s forgivable that this coach could have prevented countless children from being subjected to the actions of his subordinate and the lasting repercussions of his perversion.
You people are sick and evil.
On what planet is the success of some jocks throwing a ball more important than protecting the innocence of a child? Your moral compass either doesn’t exist or is badly broken.
Your beloved coach, you know-the guy who is supposed to be a role model, aided and abetted the rape of an untold number of young boys. You don’t take away a guy’s keys over child rape. You turn them in, and hopefully they wind up someplace where they have to pump air to him.
Nothing. Do you understand? Nothing mitigates the evil of what has gone on here. Those boys will never get over this. Never. With support, they may be able to heal, but it will never go away. Without help and support, they will likely pass this evil on. Maybe to your son or daughter.
But I guess that doesn’t matter to you. Nah. Way more important that a bunch of sweaty guys throw a ball really well.
I wish the ground under your feet would open up and swallow you whole. I have no desire to share oxygen with those that would support evil.
–I shouldn’t have to say this, but if you happen to personally witness a child being raped, the appropriate action is to intervene. Bare minimum, you call the police. Preferably, you have means to step in. If the rapist reaches room temperature, I’m not going to lose any sleep. They are really just ambulatory fertilizer anyway, may as well help them achieve their true calling.