.... the accusations regarding jerry sandusky's conduct w/ the boy in the shower, as brought to him (paterno) by then graduate assistant coach mcquery.
and, will somebody please persuade me that paterno did not satisfy his moral and ethical obligations to the public by 1.)encouraging mcquery to talk to the administration of pennsylvania state university, including the college president, and 2.)speaking on two occasions, i believe, with regard to the incident with the administrative authorities of penn state.
i will remind you, that with regard to the police, coach paterno was not a witness to the events which are in question. i will also remind you, that with regard to his employment, that the events in question have yet to face legal resolution. breathes there a lawyer upon the face of this continent who wouldn't love to have a piece of paterno's "wrongful dismissal" suit against penn state: i hope that he files it tomorrow.
john jay @ 11.10.2011
p.s. from a legal standpoint, 1.)please explain any positive duty owed by paterno to the public in this regard, and 2.)any positive legal duty owed by paterno to the little boy in question, as regards the conduct of jerry sandusky. (keep in mind, as you read the "grand jury presentment," (and, you will read it, won't you, because you are fair minded) whether joe paterno had the slightest factual notion with regard to the identity of the little boy.)
i am waiting.