| | Re: Joe Paterno a scapegoat?
I completely agree with your response. I agree he was part of of the problem and the coverup. However, so was Tom Corbett. He knew about the accusations at the time. How could the Louis Freeh go through the emails but Corbett couldn't? Was it because Corbett was planning his campaign and bringing down the beloved Joe Paterno before a campaign would have hindered his chances on winning? Was his campaign for Governor more important than the safety of the children? All I am saying is I wish the media would move on from what Paterno did (or lack thereof), because we all know that he didn't do enough. My question is why the media isn't focusing on Corbett's involvement in this case.
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