Documents: Paterno Ignored Complaints on Sandusky

Documents: Paterno Ignored Complaints on Sandusky

Documents: Paterno Ignored Complaints on Sandusky

Jerry Sandusky enters the Centre County Courthouse for a hearing on May 2 in Bellefonte, Pa. Sandusky has filed a petition under Pennsylvania's Post Conviction Relief Act, seeking a new trial.

A man, only known as John Doe 150, testified in 2014 that while he was attending a Penn State football camp in 1976 at the age of 14, Jerry Sandusky touched him inappropriately while the boy was in the shower.

A Vocativ overview of the comments on a popular Penn State message board finds what it calls "a case study in denial" with Paterno and Penn State supporters blaming the victims and the media for what they still consider a trumped-up scandal.

The man said that Paterno ignored him and said he was too busy with the football season to worry about his claims, reports state.

" 'I was shocked, disappointed, offended, I was insulted, ' John Doe 150 testified. You're not going to do anything else?"

He said Paterno "just walked away".

The man testified he never told law enforcement or his family about the incident.

Paterno's family issued a statement in response to the documents, which were part of a civil suit between Penn State and Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association.

"The overwhelming evidence confirms that Joe Paterno never engaged in a coverup of Jerry Sandusky's crimes", Sollers said in a statement. McQueary also said that Bradley told him that Greg Schiano, in the '90s, saw Sandusky in the shower with a boy.

"He said he told several adults about it, then sought out Paterno".

McQueary said under oath that he told Paterno and then he said things that lead one to believe that Bradley and Schiano also knew of things that had happened.

Sandusky often met his victims through a football program he ran, The Second Mile, for underprivileged youth. That coach died four years ago.

State over sex assault claims involving ex-assistant coach Jerry Sandusky says the payments of as much as $5.5 million appeared high to "extremely high". He was 9 or 10 years old at the time, Doe 101 said. The child who was molested said O'Dea didn't say a word when he saw what was going on.

After leaving Penn State, Schiano coached at Rutgers and with the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers before coming to Ohio State.

Your teams on the go or at home.

Masella might want to retract those words following revelations that Paterno's knowledge of Sandusky's horrifying misconduct nearly certainly extended all the way back to 1976. Local district attorney Ray Gricar decided not to press charges. Sandusky retired in 1999, but maintained access to the campus and athletic facilities.

Consequently, court filings and unsealed documents have kept the story in the headlines, including the news that settlements with alleged abuse victims include instances that date back to 1971, two years after Sandusky was named a full-time assistant coach. Bradley is now a defensive coordinator at UCLA.

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