- Posted June 23, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Penn State sanctions fair?
It is tragic enough that so many young boys were victimized by now convicted predator Jerry Sandusky. What may be even more tragic is how these young lives were victimized yet again by an enviornment that circled the wagons and did not stop this monster from continuing his depravity.
Of course I am talking about those in the Penn State Administration and those on the board of Second Mile who were told of Sandusky's crimes.
They buried their heads.
They plugged their ears.
They shut their eyes.
They closed their mouths.
Rather than stepping up and putting an end to the nightmare when first told, these individuals victimized these boys and other boys not yet harmed by not standing up and saying, "Enough is enough." They did not plug the dam, but allowed the flood of perversion to flow unimpeded.
What a shame, what a crime that these young boys were abused first by Sandusky, then vicitimized yet again by a cabel of see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil to protect a depraved, wild dog.
From the Cornfield, when the least of these is hurt, it hurts us all. When the least of these is hurt, as Jesus said, it is better that the one causing the hurt, the pain should have a boulder tied around his neck and cast into the sea.