Feds Fine Penn State A Record $2.4M Over Crime Reports

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The investigation went far beyond the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal to include misreporting or concealing campus crime, in violation of the Clery Act. The fed move came days after a jury ordered the university to pay $7.3 million to former assistant football coach Mike McQueary in the Sandusky case.
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  1. The Holy Trinity of Male Privilege is $$, power and sex. As recent comments in the political sphere regarding ‘locker room talk’ make clear, the continuation of such public and ‘private’ sexual access is an entitlement of Male Privilege protected by the toxic silence enforced by the Old Boys Club. The administrators at Penn State are (finally) fined for destroying another white male’s career.

    And yet some ask why the women who have stepped forward in the recent cases of locker-room groping ‘failed’ to report sooner? Because, as at Penn State, the Privileged Perpetrator’s right comes first. “Speaking out’ is the punishable sin. Any wonder unrepentant predators brag, and roam unimpeded seeking new conquests?
    They are right; they can get away with anything. Sandusky isn’t even the tip of the iceberg. He just messed with little boys. He should have bought a beauty pageant instead.

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