Damage Control: Zombie Edition

The Glove didn’t fit – Wick Sollers

Chewbacca – Johnny Cochran

Basically, We love Joe so you’re misreading the evidence, mr. report.  The emails to Joe didn’t mean Paterno, they meant Piscopo. Or the Plumber.  Somebody said something different, so your argument is invalid.

I have a few thoughts:

  • HE’S FUCKING DEAD.
  • This is about the Paterno heirs, not Joe.  SMH.
  • Money.  How much for this propaganda?  For sure 6 figures and probably 7. A report on the report?  Why not spend that money starting from scratch with the evidence and see where it goes?  But that’s not really the point of the exercise…
  • Jesus, the arrogance of these fucks.  A dottering old fool of a Took coach got fired because he didn’t shitcan a creep.  Who gives a shit about his legacy?
  • Maybe he had a financial incentive to bury the Sandusky story in 2002.  Maybe incontinence clouded his judgment.
  • The victims were the kids, not the enablers, not the coach where the buck stops.  Too bad the Paterno empire doesn’t believe that.  Sure there’s lip service, but making Joe the victim pisses on their trauma.
  • Too bad the Paterno gang can’t just bow their heads, say a little prayer, and spend their energies helping the needy out of this horror story instead of whitewashing the Zombie king.
STATE COLLEGE, PA - JULY 22:  The site in which the statue of former Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno stood sits empty after it was removed by workers outside Beaver Stadium on July 22, 2012 in State College, Pennsylvania. Penn State's president Rodney Erickson made the decision Sunday to remove the statue in the wake of the child sex scandal of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. It's believed that Paterno had detailed knowledge of Jerry Sandusky sexually abusing children before and after Sandusky retired from coaching at Penn State. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

STATE COLLEGE, PA – JULY 22: The site in which the statue of former Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno stood sits empty after it was removed by workers outside Beaver Stadium on July 22, 2012 in State College, Pennsylvania. Penn State’s president Rodney Erickson made the decision Sunday to remove the statue in the wake of the child sex scandal of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. It’s believed that Paterno had detailed knowledge of Jerry Sandusky sexually abusing children before and after Sandusky retired from coaching at Penn State. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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