Originally Posted by RFS62
This isn't about your legal obligations. This isn't about "doing all that was required by law".
This is about a trusted member of your staff committing the most heinous crimes imaginable. If the scenario you just played out happened exactly as you said, and you're an attorney, so I believe you that it would have been like that, his responsibility was only beginning at their lack of interest.
He should have moved heaven and earth to pressure the witness and the AD and anyone else in upper management who had any say over how this was handled to do the right thing.
Instead, he turned a blind eye and did nothing.
A real leader of men, he is.
You think Paterno is proud of how he handled things?
No, I don't think Paterno is proud of how he handled things. But that's a guess since who knows how his brain works anymore.
But, again, my point is we live in a gray world. Yet everyone continues to view it as black and white. And a lot of you who knows this are still treating this as black or white and you all are better than that.