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Published on December 21, 2016

Pedophile coaches stalk USA Gymnastics and other sports

As if worrying about Catholic priests all around the world sexually abusing tens of thousands of children for decades while the Archdiocese knew it was happening wasn’t bad enough, now we have to worry about pedophile coaches stalking their athletes, i.e. OUR CHILDREN and sexually abusing them under the guise of sports! What is with these freaks?

Pedophile coaches stalk USA Gymnastics

http://www.caller.com/story/opinion/editorials/2016/12/21/pedophile-coaches-stalk-usa-gymnastics/95698496/Sexual abuse scandals in the Roman Catholic Church, in the Boy Scouts and at Penn State share some of the same issues: failures to report disturbing allegations to law enforcement, a penchant for secrecy, and predators who slither from job to job that …

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Penn State wants Spanier to pay back millions, report says

http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/news/index.ssf/2016/12/report_penn_state_wants_millio.htmlFormer Penn State University president Graham Spanier, seen in 2014, is involved with a legal action against the university involving his separation agreement in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

(AP file photo). Spanier’s deal …

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McQueary Awarded $5M for Whistleblower Claims in PSU Sex Abuse Scandal

http://www.thelegalintelligencer.com/latest-news/id=1202773523112/McQueary-Awarded-5M-for-Whistleblower-Claims-in-PSU-Sex-Abuse-Scandal?mcode=1395262324557&curindex=131Gavin’s 64-page decision on the whistleblower claims, which was issued Wednesday afternoon, said McQueary had been the subject of disparate treatment by the university after the Sandusky sex abuse scandal broke.

Sandusky, a former Penn State …

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A look at how Penn State has been treating sexual misconduct since 2011

Penn State is suffering major consequences for serious noncompliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

The fine came after a federal investigation of on-campus sexual offenses involving Jerry Sandusky’s child sex abuse case.

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Analysis: Franklin’s Penn State recruits top Paterno’s late classes

Recruiting played a particularly important role in the Penn State story because, after former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted of child sex abuse in 2012, the NCAA hit the school with sanctions that reduced the number of football …

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NCAA president praises success of Nittany Lions after sanctions

http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/18227258/ncaa-president-mark-emmert-praises-success-penn-state-nittany-lionsIn July 2011, Emmert imposed unprecedented penalties on Penn State after the school’s child sex abuse scandal involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.

Penn State received a four-year bowl ban, massive scholarship losses, five years’ probation …

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Penn State Uses Humor To Entice Students

While its reputation took a bruising after revelations surrounding the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal a few years back, Penn State University has a long-standing tradition of being an excellent academic institution in addition to having an …

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In Happy Valley, clouds of scandal give way to blue skies

http://www.mcall.com/sports/college/psu/mc-penn-state-football-big-ten-preview-column-20161202-story.htmlThe cloud over Penn State football emanating from the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal has dissipated during this unexpected season, which shot like lightning from it.

The Lions unexpectedly are playing in their first Big Ten title game …

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Judge rules against Penn State on Mike McQueary whistleblower claim; $5 million in additional damages ordered

http://www.pennlive.com/news/2016/11/judge_rules_against_penn_state.htmlGavin found that McQueary had shown he was treated differently from other PSU employees after it became publicly known that he was a witness against Penn State administrators in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.

Penn State, the judge ruled, did …

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Penn State to Pay $2.4M Clery Act Fine

PSU President Eric Barron said Nov. 25 that the fine, which was the largest Clery Act penalty ever handed down to an institution, stemmed from violations discovered during the investigation of sex offenses committed by former football assistant coach …

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