Letters to the Editor
By all accounts, the fat lady has sung. Jerry Sandusky is serving a life sentence. Three Penn State administrators stand (wrongfully) convicted of endangering the welfare of children and face prison time. The “whistleblower” has been awarded $13 million. The Paternos dropped their lawsuit against the NCAA, discovery is sealed, and the likes of Emmert, Ray and Freeh can slither off, unscathed. Tom Corbett got his revenge. Frank Fina’s “cover up” was never proven in a court of law, but nobody cares, including the sitting attorney general. Certain Penn State trustees are relishing the moment, believing we can finally “move on” without ever having to acknowledge their part in the unnecessary implosion of a great university.