Coach K: Penn St. Treatment of Paterno ‘Horrible’

In a Friday appearance on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, Duke head basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski attacked Penn State’s handling of the departure of Joe Paterno as the school’s head football coach shortly after longtime PSU assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was arrested and charged with dozens of crimes related to child sexual abuse on November […]

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Penn St. President: “Humane” To Hide Child Rape

NBC News reports today that law enforcement authorities have uncovered emails that show Penn State President Graham Spanier, PSU Vice President Gary Schultz and PSU Athletic Director Tim Curley “discussed whether they needed to tell authorities about a 2001 allegation involving a late night encounter between a naked Sandusky and a young boy […]

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Video: Craig James Defames Leach With Malice

What do you call the express lane of The Road to Hell?

(Evil? Absolutely.)Real Street.
So drastically does it reduce commute time that Craig James often back home in Malice, Texas, before cock crows twice.
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Sandusky, Boy Shower: ‘Another Coach Present’

In 1998 Penn State police discovered that current Nittany Lions football coach Jerry Sandusky had been showering with unrelated prepubescent boys in the school football team locker room.

(Who was the Penn State coach “present” while Sandusky, child showered?)
On May 19, 1998, Sandusky admitted to bear-hugging an 11-year-old boy while both were naked in the […]

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1998: ‘Mommy, Didn’t Jerry Know It Was Wrong?’

NBC News reported today that a State College-based Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology who interviewed an alleged victim of child sexual abuse by Jerry Sandusky in 1998 warned Penn State police at the time that Sandusky was a “likely pedophile.”

(See Ph.D.’s Full Report on Sandusky as “Likely Pedophile” Below)
Dr. Alycia Chambers reported the following of Sandusky […]

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Official: Jim Donnan Under Federal Investigation

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission has officially announced it is investigating former Georgia head football coach Jim Donnan for “alleged violations of federal securities fraud.”

In a recent court filing in objection to Donnan’s personal bankruptcy court plan to reorganize his family estate, attorney David W. Baddley filed the following statement on behalf of […]

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Money Shot Of MLB ‘Pon Stars’ Completely Spent

Any chance of Fred Wilpon maintaining ownership of the Mets likely ended this week thanks to a U.S district court judge named Jed Rakoff.

(Opening Day: Mets Fans No Longer Pay To Watch “Pon Stars”)
On the eve of a federal court proceeding to determine if the Mets owe up to $383 million to the […]

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Unsettling Colts Behavior Released In Court Docs

When it was initially filed in federal court last year, the racial/ethnic orgin discrimination lawsuit brought by ex-Indianapolis Colts cheerleader Malori Wampler against the NFL franchise seemed dubious.

(’Midwest Moral Standards’ Apply To Indonesian Wampler, Not Caucasian Kaley?)
Then Colts Cheerleading Coordinator Theresa Pottratz participated in a sworn deposition last month.
While under oath, Pottraz volunteered on […]

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Mets Board Of Director: Madoff Was Family Secret

Monday a federal court judge in New York ruled that Sterling Partners, the company that owns and operates the New York Mets and SNY under the direct auspicies of the Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz families, must pay $83 million to the Ponzi victims of Bernie Madoff. The judge also reaffirmed a March 19, 2012 […]

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Mets Letter Confirmed Madoff’s $54M ‘Investment’

The parent company of the New York Mets, Sterling Partners, is currently subject to a lawsuit filed in federal court by the court-appointed trustee representing the countless victims of Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.

(Wilpon, Mets never spoke to Ruth Madoff about “investment”)
The managing partner of the Mets, Fred Wilpon, is one of the first two […]

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