Re: Incredible ugliness at Penn State
Apparently, they spoke in code in their emails about Sandusky. This certainly isn't getting any prettier.
The emails, dated February 26-28, 2001, show Spanier knew about the incident McQueary reported and said the university could be "vulnerable" for not reporting the incident, CNN reported.
"The only downside for us is if the message [to Sandusky] isn't 'heard' and acted upon, and we then become vulnerable for not having reported it," Spanier purportedly writes.
The alleged emails referred to Sandusky only as "the subject" and "the person." Children were called the "guests."
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