“It’s a real opportunity for the survivors to sue them and to hold them accountable, to bring the truth to bear, so they realize kids go first — reputations go second,” said Anderson.
Jeff Anderson is now assisting in the Penn State sex abuse scandals.
First let me say this: If coaches were allowed to be married this would never have happened. And let me add that something must be done about the gay subculture in college football and sports departments. What?
So anyway - Jeff is off to the rescue. He was on local news last night saying as much...
“Can we help there? Yes. Have we been called to help? Absolutely. Will we help? Definitely,” said Anderson.Personally, I think Paterno did right by the kid - he reported the incident to administration and got back to work. I believe Paterno's superiors were the people responsible to have Sandusky arrested and fired. That said - every institution/organization protects its own at the expense of others. I've seen it at almost every place I have ever worked.
Former Penn State defense coordinator Jerry Sandusky has been charged with molesting eight boys between 1994 and 2009. Two other school administrators have been charged in a cover up.
Because there was a cover up in the Penn State case, Anderson says the statute of limitations won’t apply.
“Because there has been a cover up here, that has both now been demonstrated publicly and revealed to us privately, we believe even those survivors that were abused by Sandusky decades ago still can get relief,” said Anderson.
In Anderson’s most recent blog, he details what he sees as the parallels between the Penn State scandal and the Catholic sex abuse scandals. He said the school faces enormous legal liability because the abuse occurred on Penn State property and administrators were made aware of some of the incidents. - WCCO
To be honest - the Jerry Sandusky situation reminds me of Covenant House in NYC and the 1990 scandal involving Fr. Bruce Ritter.
Photo: Jeff Anderson - doing his job.