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Matt Sandusky says he was abused by his adopted father

http://fandaily.info/news/matt-sandusky-is-jerry-sanduskys-son-photos/

Interesting development as the jury is out deliberating, Matt Sandusk says he was molested and was prepared to take the witness stand if his father testified.  I don’t find this too ususual that they would hold out this ace in the hole to come back with if Sandusky took the stand.  After all, they already had 10 victims and some 50 counts.  Seems overwhelimg to me, although it was not possible to see the witnesses as they testified, since no cameras were in the courtroom.

See the above link for pictures of Matt as a young man and as a boy.  Seeing the pictures of the victims as boys is just heartbreaking.  There’s two video clips at that link also, from NBC and  they seemed to put forth the idea that the case was weak and the state’s arguments were weak and rambling and presenting some old lady saying there is room for doubt.  If NBC puts forth this idea, that must mean he is guilty as sin.  (Take the opposite of whatever NBC says, and you get the truth.)

Another great site with pictures:  http://alturl.com/mjtdx

The jury has asked to have repeated the testimony of Mike McQueary and Dr. Jonathan Dranov which will be done in the morning.

Posted:  06.21.12 A. D. 10:41 p.m.

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Penn State President Spanier said: It depends on what the meaning of immoral is

The Clinton County high school attended by victim #1 told his mother they would not call the police when she asked or demanded they do so.  She was told to “think of the ramifications” before she called the police.  She was told, “Jerry has a heart of gold.”

Graham Spanier fought for and received an exemption to the state’s open records law for Penn State and three other universities in 2007, so they don’t have to release any records.

Travel and expense records are missing for 2000 – 2003 at Second Mile.

The culture of an organization is set at the top.  It is no wonder the administration covered up for Sandusky.  They just didn’t think there was anything all that wrong with what he was doing.  As Spanier is quoted in the below story written in 2002, “It depends on what the meaning of immoral is.”

Pedophile advocate featured at university

Penn State’s latest controversy even includes sadomasochist author


Posted: March 29, 2002
1:00 am Eastern

By Art Moore
© 2011 WND

A women’s health conference at Penn State University featured an outspoken advocate of pedophilia and sadomasochism as a keynote speaker.

The event held last weekend is the latest on controversial sexual themes that has drawn the ire of some state lawmakers. Last year, campus groups held a “Sex Faire” that included “orgasm bingo” and a “tent of consent.” The previous November they hosted a “C—fest,” which intended to reclaim a derogatory word for a woman’s body part. It was promoted with large banners around the campus.

State Rep. John A. Lawless, D-Montgomery, told WorldNetDaily he has “tried everything,” including blocking funding, to stop events of this kind, but has been unsuccessful.

“You can’t touch Penn State,” said Lawless, who crossed over from the Republican to the House Democratic caucus last November. “The legislature cares about their football team. Football is more important than education or morals.”

Lawless said lawmakers tried to hold the school accountable with a “paper straw” type of policy that barred anyone under 18 from attending.

“But the events shouldn’t be occurring,” he said. “If you want to do this kind of activity, hey, I’m a big boy, I can handle it. But go do it on your own money, your own time; don’t use taxpayer facilities for this kind of stuff.”

At the three-day Conference on Women’s Health and Wellness, Patrick Califia-Rice, a self-described “transgendered bisexual person,” spoke of a journey from “female to male sexuality.”

Califia-Rice is the author of books such as “Macho Sluts” and “Public Sex: The Culture of Radical Sex.”

The North American Man-Boy Love Association, or NAMBLA, includes this quote from Califia-Rice on its website: “Boy-lovers and the lesbians who have young lovers are the only people offering a hand to help young women and men cross the difficult terrain between straight society and the gay community. They are not child molesters. The child abusers are priests, teachers, therapists, cops and parents who force their stale morality onto the young people in their custody. Instead of condemning pedophiles for their involvement with lesbian and gay youth, we should be supporting them.”

A story this week by the Newhouse News Service noted that a handful of academics at mainstream universities are arguing in academic journals, books and online that at least some sex between adults and children should be acceptable, especially when children consent to it.
 
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After the “Sex Faire” in February, the state’s House Appropriations Committee held a hearing in which Lawless, a member, played a five-minute video excerpted from one made at the event.

Lawless said at the hearing that Penn State should be punished for failing to be “moral” leaders. Penn State President Graham Spanier, who was questioned by lawmakers in a four-hour session, apologized for certain components of the event but maintained that the university was committed to free speech.

When asked directly if the programs were wrong or immoral, Spanier gave a “Clinton-esque” answer, according to Lawless.

“His answer,” said Lawless, “was ‘It depends on what your definition of immoral is.'”

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