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Yes, we do believe that many of the boys raped by Jerry Sandusky were black. Many of the “underprivileged” kids from the inner city that he claimed to help were all part of his plan to get as much s*x as he could while coercing the kids with team jerseys and threats of silence. Making matters worse is that the higher-ups at Penn State knew what was going on and felt that child rape was worth the price of protecting their prestigious program.
Adding to the insult of what they’ve done to all of these kids, the Penn State brass have decided to reward the Paterno family with millions of dollars that he would have been paid to end his contract. We don’t quite understand why you would pay a man in his mid-eighties millions, as if he’s going to be coaching for another 20 years. Secondly, we can’t figure out why there wasn’t some kind of mortality clause taking away his money if he gets caught doing something like….well…..overlooking the fact that one of his assistant coaches was having s*x with little boys in the locker room.
BlackBlueDog.com tells more:
What happens after you cover up a molestation scandal for more than a decade? You get a substantial raise and your family is set for several generations. That’s the story coming out of Penn State after the university clearly stated that it is going to honor a substantially larger contract that was signed with the late Joe Paterno shortly before he died.
The contract was peculiar, given that Paterno wasn’t planning to coach much longer. The financial gains are allegedly the kind that you get from nepotism, since most institutions don’t try to pay you more when you could retire any day.