Like most, I have followed the story of the Penn State University scandal closely from it’s beginnings. Despite the story’s unfettered ugliness, it’s hard not to be interested. It’s compelling. It’s the train wreck that you simply can’t take your eyes off.
I felt a sense of sadness and non-closure when Joe Paterno died,
because I knew the one man who everyone wanted to speak up and finally
tell the truth would never have another opportunity to do so.
I felt a slight sense of relief when Jerry Sandusky was convicted, knowing that a man who had committed such heinous crimes would now never be able to do so again...(Read More)