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    Let us know when the child rapist is out of prison and found not guilty
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    Well at least we know Glenn Neff , that poor boy from Lock Haven , got kissed by Jerry.....and abused fer sure

    The poor bastard only walked away with 7 Million, not enough I say!!!


    Oh wait, hes a lying piece of white trash too . Son of bitch actually tried to bribe one of his friends to say Jerry kissed him , and if he would say that.....He would buy him a brand new truck

    Damn, I really thought we had a live one there . Nope, another one that lied for money Huh

    Ill keep looking ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieRay View Post
    Let us know when the child rapist is out of prison and found not guilty
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    John explain why its so hard to get the interview from the folks around the Penn State scandal

    Physical threats and payoffs of the people who know these "poor innocent victims' are liars https://soundcloud.com/freespeechbro...medium=twitter

    White trash scum , all of them
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    Ok Ok, . I have to admit I was wrong. Jerry was a Ped, and the one victim I am sure about is Matt Sandusky, his adopted son. I mean he went on Oprah he wrote a book . This is a direct quote from poor Matt


    Matthew Sandusky: "There Is No Reason for Me to Lie"


    Read more: http://www.oprah.com/own-oprahprime/...#ixzz5Ejpo5Ka3

    Yet, this does seem a little strange

    Before he flipped, Matt Sandusky had previously told the police and the grand jury that his adopted father had never abused him. He even went to court to fight his ex-wife, so that his children could continue to visit the Sandusky home after Jerry Sandusky was arrested for sex abuse. On the opening day of Sandusky’s trial, Matt sat next to Dottie Sandusky and heard Brett Swisher-Houtz’s tales of abuse. That night, according to author Pendergrast, Matt, who was staying with the Sanduskys, told one of his adopted siblings, “This is ridiculous. Anybody can make accusations without evidence and get paid. I could, you could, anyone could . . . But I actually have morals.”

    Three days later, Matt, who became attorney Andrew Shubin’s client, flipped, telling police he’d been abused by Sandusky’s inappropriate touching. If true, he had committed perjury before the grand jury.

    [Meanwhile, all five of his adopted siblings continued to support their foster father; with each stating they did not believe Matt had ever been abused. Matt’s former teen lover, who had tried to commit suicide with him, wrote a long email saying that Matt had never mentioned any abuse to her, and she didn’t believe he’d been abused. She described Jerry Sandusky, whom she lived with as a teeanger, as having a “childlike mind and soul,” adding that “our culture and society don’t understand that kind of ‘innocence’ and playfulness today.”]

    Matt told the police that he was working with a therapist and that “memories of his abuse are just now coming back

    Nah, fuck it, more white trash lying POS scum

    still searching though
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieRay View Post
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    Boy do I feel foolish . Now even though all those other boys I discussed above are not exactly telling the truth, I know realize what a fool I have been defending Joe, and Jerry S . I must be a pedophile lover , and may just admit myself to therapy. My sudden change of heart is because after watching the HBO "documentary" Paterno, I learned the story of the poor , sweet, innocent boy depicted in the film, Aaron Fisher , and his loving, caring, mother, Dawn. The scenes describing little Aaron being picked on ( I guess in today's politically correct world its called being bullied , the bed wetting, the mental trauma that young boy faced, practically brought me to tears . Of course we all are well aware that there is no case against Jerry if there is no Aaron, since he was the only accuser for two years . The 7.5 million Aaron got certainly justified, I mean whats 7.5 million these days

    Yes, of course its odd that originally Aaron said nothing at all sexual happened , and that 12 people very , very close to Aaron , gave interviews on tape saying they were sure AF was a liar . It did bother me little that it seems no one in his town of over 9k people seems to believe him. Maybe there is one, but no one has come forward to even acknowledge any part of AF's story . Yes, its strange that it took 3 years of therapy for AF to "remember" that although the first story of Jerry just cracking his back with his clothes on, turned into this 15 year old wrestler, being "hypnotized" ( we all know Jerrys intense training as a licensed hypnotist, oh wait, anyway) and coming back for more, more meaning oral sex over 100 times ! Huh .

    Im sure Dawns next door neighbor was just misquoting her when she quoted Daniels as saying. And, “When this all settles out, she’ll have a nice big house in the country with a fence and the dogs can roam free.”
    she even testified that Daniels was enthusiastic about the prospect of suing Sandusky, because it would be “her ticket out of the neighborhood.” .......
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    APRIL FOOLS ( IN JUNE ) Aaron is a white trash piece of garbage , a known liar, and all around trouble maker ( listen to his friends speak about him), and Dawn is a crack whore white trash party girl, who would lie through her teeth for cash


    NOT HIM EITHER, STILL LOOKING

    Aaron fisher not a homosexual
    Jerry not a homosexual

    No porn found in this case, other then the prosecutors computer

    Shocking not one of the 'victims' ever asked Jerry to be tested for STDs?

    Odd that none of the victims had any interest, at all, to show up at any of Jerry's appeals to plead that Judge not let Jerry get off

    I guess They were all to busy car shopping

    And just to make sure no one is left out, here is a nice new Audi from the Facebook page of "Victim 5," whose full name is in the public record:

    ere are two fancy sports cars from the Facebook page of "Victim 10," whose full name is in the public record (who only came forward after the Paterno firing, and who Jerry and his wife Dottie insist they don't even know)
    He is hardly the only accuser with a sports car fetish. In fact, the one silver ling of this entire fiasco may be that the sports car business in the State College area has to have been booming over the last couple of years.
    Here is one which is currently the star of the Facebook cover photo of "Victim 7" (whose full name is in the public record):
    knew before my trip that Aaron’s mother Dawn had purchased a Porsche. This seemed to be a VERY odd choice of automobile for a mother of someone who supposedly (as would have to be the case if Aaron is telling the truth about Sandusky) fed their teenage son for three years to a horrible predator while they partied hard and somehow were so clueless that they couldn’t figure out what was going on. But I also learned that her third car, which she apparently never uses, is a Mercedes (I am also hearing so-far proven rumors of a recently purchased fourth car, a Camaro). Here are photos of those two cars:



    It is remarkable the number of sports/luxury cars have been purchased in this case with Penn State money. Aaron himself has bought several top-tier vehicles, including this souped-up Mustang which he recently took the stripes off of, presumably to not be recognized.
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    The whole trial was a joke


    Of course , . Virtually anyone paying attention knew about these accusations in November 2011

    Penn State lawyer, prosecutor accused of ethical lapses in Sandusky investigation


    http://www.pennlive.com/news/2018/03...hical_lap.html Disciplinary hearing opens for PSU's ex-top lawyer during Sandusky investigation

    http://www.post-gazette.com/news/cri...s/201805220097

    Prosecutor who pursued Penn State officials faces questions over his tactics


    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/br...-20180610.html




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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieRay View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by StevieRay View Post
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    Fascinating "debate" between John and Josh Webb-Thomson


    John of course, schooled him, and eventually flipped him

    as he always does


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    A System of Justice 'Systematically Destroyed'

    By Ralph Cipriano
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    Lawrence J. Fox, a Philadelphia lawyer who's a visiting lecturer at the Yale Law School, is an expert on teaching legal ethics and professional responsibility.

    And Fox has harsh words for the conduct of former Deputy Attorney General Frank Fina, the lead prosecutor in the Jerry Sandusky case, as well as for Cynthia Baldwin, the former Penn State counsel who represented three top Penn State officials before the grand jury investigating Sandusky. That was before Baldwin flipped, at the behest of Fina, to become a prosecution witness, and testify against her former clients, an act of betrayal that horrified Fox.

    "When lawyers feign representation, but in fact abandon their clients, and worse yet, become instrumentalities of the state, aiding the prosecution of their clients, the entire system of justice is systematically destroyed," Fox wrote in a 2013 filing recently unsealed in Dauphin County Common Pleas Court.

    Tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Philadelphia, Fox will testify as an expert witness on behalf of the state Supreme Court's Disciplinary Board, to make the case that former prosecutor Fina is guilty of professional misconduct. But for those who can't wait for the hearing, Fox's scathing opinions of the actions of Fina and Baldwin are laid out in the recently unsealed filing.

    "It is the Commonwealth whose lawyers were fully aware of the conflicts under which Ms. Baldwin was laboring at the time of the grand jury proceeding," Fox wrote, clearly referring to Fina, who questioned Baldwin in the grand jury after she flipped.

    Fina was aware that Baldwin had a conflict of interest, Fox wrote, namely her decision to stab in the back her former clients. Yet, Fina and his fellow prosecutors "stood silent," Fox wrote, and "took full advantage of the conflicts" to gather information against those clients.

    The prosecutors also "never informed the court of the nature and extent of the conflicts" of interest, Fox wrote. So that the court could fulfill its duty of assuring that the "rights of Messrs. [former Penn State vice president Gary] Schultz and [former Penn State athletic director Tim] Curley to effective representation were not systematically violated in the extreme."

    In the unsealed filing, Fox ripped the Commonwealth's defense of Fina's actions.

    "The Commonwealth actually asserts that because Messrs. Schultz and Curley were aware that Ms. Baldwin was general counsel for Penn State, they should have understood that they were merely second-class clients, and, as a result, are entitled to no attorney-client privilege whatsoever," Fox wrote.

    But the Rules of Professional Conduct do not mention "a watered-down second-class version of clienthood," Fox wrote, but only defines "one form of clienthood." But Baldwin announced to "Schultz and Curley, the court, the grand jury, as well as the Commonwealth's lawyers," Fox wrote, that she represented Schultz and Curley. And as their lawyer, Fox wrote, she was "required, in fact, to represent both of them to the full extent required by her fiduciary duties . . . the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct, the Pennsylvania statutory provisions covering the right to counsel before a grand jury" as well as the U.S. Constitution.

    But while Baldwin was representing her clients, Fox wrote, "her fingers were crossed behind her back, and she never fully intended to fulfill that obligation, let alone warn them they would not receive the benefit of attorney-client privilege because of their second-class status."

    "The law governing the attorney-client privilege in a joint representation is clear," Fox wrote. "There can be no waiver of the privilege unless each client has given his or her informed consent . . . to waive the privilege."

    But the record of the case "demonstrates that there never was so much as a telephone call" to let Schultz and Curley know that the Commonwealth was seeking a waiver of the attorney-client privilege, Fox wrote.

    By flipping and not telling her former clients she was about to stab them in the back, Baldwin "turns the law of privilege literally upside-down, rendering it a false protection and leaving the clients helpless before the power of the Commonwealth," Fox wrote.

    As for Baldwin, Fox wrote, her "sins here are both manifold and manifest. Turning against one's client is the greatest betrayal a lawyer can commit."

    "But that is what Ms. Baldwin did here, stripping the clients of any opportunity to object to her misdeeds," Fox wrote. "Either she was subpoenaed to the grand jury or she voluntarily agreed to appear. Either way, she ran right through the red light by, in fact, testifying before the grand jury without notice to her former clients."

    "No lawyer is permitted to disclose confidential information without the informed consent of the client," Fox wrote. "As a result of Ms. Baldwin's misconduct, Messrs. Schultz and Curley went six months without being aware of Ms. Baldwin's betrayal, and only learned of her shocking abandonment of her former clients when the new indictment was issued. Ms. Baldwin's conduct in this regard cries out for relief."

    Fox labeled Baldwin's conduct as a "blatant betrayal . . . unprecedented in the annals of lawyer representation of clients."

    According to the disciplinary board's petition against Fina, it was Fina who set up that blatant betrayal by hoodwinking Judge Barry Feudale, then presiding over the grand jury investigating Sandusky.

    On Oct. 22, 2012, Fina and Baldwin appeared before the judge in a conference to discuss Schultz and Curley's claim of attorney-client privilege in light of Baldwin's imminent appearance as a grand jury witness against her former clients.

    The petition notes that lawyers for Schultz, Curley, as well as former Penn State President Graham Spanier, who was also formerly represented by Baldwin, were not invited to the conference. At the conference, the petition says, Fina told the judge regarding the attorney-client privilege that he intended to "put those matters on hold" until the judge made a decision regarding the privilege, and "we can address that later on."

    Penn State's counsel then argued that the judge should make a ruling on the attorney-client privilege first, before Baldwin testified. But Fina told the judge, "We need not address the privilege issue," because "we are not going to ask questions about" the grand jury testimony of Schultz and Curley, "and any preparation for, or follow-up they had" with Baldwin.

    Fina asked the judge to keep Baldwin's testimony secret so "We can address this privilege matter at a later date." That prompted the judge to tell Fina to proceed under the assumption that "you're not going to get into any inquiry as to [Baldwin's] representation" of her former clients.

    But Fina double-crossed the judge. On Oct. 26, 2012, he questioned Baldwin in front of the grand jury, and "did elicit" what the disciplinary board described as "extensive . . . attorney-client privileged communications between Baldwin and Curley, Schultz, and Spanier" as well as "confidential information" pertaining to the three former clients.

    Fina's questioning of Baldwin was "calculated," the disciplinary board wrote, to attack the credibility of Baldwin's three former clients. In the petition, the disciplinary board proceeded to list 73 examples from the grand jury transcript where Fina elicited confidential testimony from Baldwin that violated the attorney-client privilege, according to the petition filed by Paul J. Killion, chief disciplinary counsel, and Amelia C. Kittredge, disciplinary counsel.

    The actions of Fina and Baldwin led the state Superior Court to throw out charges of perjury, obstruction of justice and conspiracy against Schultz, Curley and Spanier.

    At a two-hour disciplinary hearing on May 23 in Pittsburgh, Baldwin contended she wasn't guilty of any misconduct. She testified that after she received grand jury subpoenas for Curley and Schultz, she told them, as well as Spanier, that she couldn't be their personal lawyer because she was representing Penn State. Baldwin also asserted that she told the Penn State officials their communication with her wouldn't remain confidential, and that they were free to get outside lawyers to represent them.

    "Don't be nervous. Just tell the truth," Baldwin testified that she advised Curley.

    Baldwin testified that both Curley and Schultz described a shower incident allegedly witnessed by Mike McQueary back in 2001 involving Sandusky and a naked boy as "horseplay." Baldwin also contended that she asked the Penn State officials if they knew of any documents describing that incident that had been requested by a subpoena from the attorney general's office, and her clients said they didn't know of anything.

    Baldwin testified she felt "duped" when months later, a file kept by Schultz documenting the horseplay incident was turned over to investigators.

    In court records, Baldwin's former clients tell a different story. They contend that Baldwin did not inform them of the risks of appearing before the grand jury, and that Baldwin knew about the file kept by Schultz on Sandusky.

    The former clients also contend that Baldwin turned them into sitting ducks for prosecutors like Fina.

    "Ms. Baldwin informed me that the grand jury investigation focused on Jerry Sandusky, not on me or PSU, and that I was being called purely as a witness," Schultz wrote in an affidavit recently unsealed in Dauphin County. "Ms. Baldwin told me that neither I nor PSU were under investigation," Schultz wrote. "She told me that I could have outside counsel, if I wished, but at that point, seeing all the stories [of the Penn State officials] are consistent, she could represent me, Tim Curley and Joe Paterno as well."

    Schultz said he told Baldwin he might have a file on Sandusky still in his office, and that it "might help refresh my memory." But Schultz said that Baldwin told him not to "look for or review any materials."

    "Ms. Baldwin also told me that PSU and I were not targets of the investigation and that I would be treated as a witness," Schultz wrote. "There never was any discussion of the Fifth Amendment privilege or the risk of self-incrimination."

    "I believed that Ms. Baldwin was representing me during in connection with the grand jury proceedings and that she was looking out for my interests," Schulz wrote. "Based on he representations, I did not believe I needed a separate lawyer."

    In his affidavit of Oct. 25, 2012, Schultz wrote that Baldwin only told him he needed a separate lawyer "approximately one week before the charges were filed against me."

    In a Jan. 16, 2013 affidavit, Spanier wrote that prior to his grand jury appearance, Baldwin "did not reveal that I had been subpoenaed, and I believed that I was going voluntarily. She did not inform me that Penn State and I were targets of the investigation. As far as I knew, the investigation focused solely on Sandusky."

    When Spanier appeared before the grand jury in 2011, "I believed that Ms. Baldwin was representing me during and in connection with the grand jury proceedings and that she was acting in my best interests," Spanier wrote. " Although Ms. Baldwin mentioned that I was entitled to a separate attorney, she did not encourage me to retain one, or explain why I might want one. Based on her representations, I did not believe I needed a separate lawyer."

    "On the day of my grand jury testimony, Ms. Baldwin accompanied my swearing in" before the judge, and "stated that she was representing me in connection with my testimony," Spanier wrote. "And I had no reason to think otherwise."

    "Ms. Baldwin sat with me in the grand jury room. I was asked by the OAG attorney whether I was represented by counsel. I responded that I was, and identified Ms. Baldwin. She did not say anything."

    "Ms. Baldwin first told me that I should retain a separate attorney on Nov. 8, 2011, after Sandusky, Schultz and Curley had been indicted," Spanier wrote. "At no point did I waive my right to confidentiality in my communications with Mrs. Baldwin or otherwise waive attorney-client privilege."

    Tomorrow, it will be Fina's turn to answer charges of misconduct.

    In a response to the disciplinary board's charges, Fina's lawyers, Dennis C. McAndrews and Joseph E. McGettigan 3d, contend that Fina "has not violated any rule of conduct" and they request that the board dismiss the charges against him.

    In their filing, Fina's lawyers describe their client as "instrumental in convicting the most notorious serial child molester in American history, and in developing evidence that administrators at [Penn State] . . . failed to act in accordance with their legal, professional and/or ethical responsibilities in taking steps to prevent future harm to the children of this Commonwealth by that predator."


    The lawyers also assert that Fina did nothing improper before the grand jury. They quote Judge Feudale concluding that "a careful review of the testimony of attorney Baldwin before the grand jury . . . reflects that Baldwin's testimony did not [in this court's review] violate any attorney-client or work product privilege."

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    Anthony Spinelli. Sorry it took so long to update but finally found the poor little boy who actually was abused by Jerry

    In 1988 when Anthony was 16, he attended a PSU football camp . Poor kid heard about the Sandusky scandal on prison TV in Nov 2011 , and claimed that he was abused at the football camp by Jerry
    And THAT was the reason he turned to drugs and beaten a man to death When he was released from prison his lawyer filed a claim to allow an exemption to the statue of limitations, saying little Anthony wanted to be a "voice for the voiceless " A year later Spinelli stabbed a guy in Boston, but no question that was Jerrys fault too.

    Now I do have to say on fairness, that is somewhat troubling that Jerry says he doesn't even have any memory of this person and neither do any of the other coaches from the camp

    http://www.telegram.com/news/2016122...-football-star

    sounds credible to me
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    Why is he still in prison?
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    What are you trying to accomplish with this thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by damian View Post
    What are you trying to accomplish with this thread?
    A University ripped apart by a myth, Joe Paterno, the coach with the most wins in college football history, legacy destroyed by lies , an innocent man serving life in prison, white trash scum turning like rats on someone who was a father figure to them, gets paid millions from a BOT that just wanted this to end, media malpractice like this country has never seen.

    This case is the biggest injustice I have ever seen, and did the most damage in history, where a murder wasn't involved ( ironically If the charges against Jerry were murder, he would actually have more support )

    Educate people by showing that if can happen to great people like Joe, Jerry, Spanier, Schultz and Curley, in can happen to any of us

    Im hoping to expose the truth.

    Damien, your thoughts on the topic?
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    oh yeeeh. This case had it all for sure

    Freeh & Fina: Way too close for comfort. Documents show they kept each other apprised so Freeh's conclusions would back up Fina's indictments of PSU admins

    Yes, as I am sure you are all aware . The only pornography found in this case of course belonged to ...... No, not Jerry

    Frank Fina

    MONDAY, JULY 2, 2018

    'CLOSE HOLD -http://www.bigtrial.net/2018/07/close-hold-important-its-deputy.html- Important' -- It's Deputy Attorney General Frank Fina On The Line, Ready To Spill More Grand Jury Secrets



    Read more at http://www.bigtrial.net/2018/07/clos...X8rCyvqeyKo.99
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    Welcome to the world of white trash, lying , pond scum, piece of shit "victims"

    The man is a 28-year-old military veteran with a record of convictions for minor crimes like retail theft and marijuana possession. He has two children of his own and is seeking to adopt his wife’s children
    Standing straight at attention before the judge, his forearms heavily tattooed and his hair buzz-cut short, the man acknowledged that he had been awarded a $1 million payout in addition to the settlement payments, but had blown through that money in 18 months
    He told the judge that he needed cash from his settlement not only to expand his business, but to help his wife with her salon, and to pay back child support and taxes

    http://www.dailylocal.com/general-ne...u-victims-case
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    Quote Originally Posted by brucefan View Post
    Welcome to the world of white trash, lying , pond scum, piece of shit "victims"

    The man is a 28-year-old military veteran with a record of convictions for minor crimes like retail theft and marijuana possession. He has two children of his own and is seeking to adopt his wife’s children
    Standing straight at attention before the judge, his forearms heavily tattooed and his hair buzz-cut short, the man acknowledged that he had been awarded a $1 million payout in addition to the settlement payments, but had blown through that money in 18 months
    He told the judge that he needed cash from his settlement not only to expand his business, but to help his wife with her salon, and to pay back child support and taxes

    http://www.dailylocal.com/general-ne...u-victims-case
    running out of money because he paid his ex-wife and several buddies to keep quiet?

    From John
    "Fascinating article here by about how Glenn Neff, one of the "Loch Haven 5" Sandusky accusers who got $35 million total, has apparently blown through his money & asking for the rest now. I spoke to the reporter & the judge made it clear he thought Neff was not a credible witness.'
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