The Sickening Sandusky Case
Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted on 45 counts of child sexual abuse in June, 2012.
Victims alleged that Mr. Sandusky was complicit in a pedophile ring that was protected by authorities like former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.
|Faces of pedophiles. Convicted on 45 counts, Jerry Sandusky is a convicted pedophile.|
Now deceased former Philadelphia businessman Ed Savitz was alleged to be a participant in the ring, though he died of AIDS in 1993 before he could go on trial on multiple charges of sexual molestation of minors.
“Authorities did seize more than 2,500 photos of Savitz’s alleged victims.”
Another prominent coach at Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn, Mr. Phil Foglietta was alleged to be a core participant in the ring.
Former Director of the FBI and former judge Louis Freeh conducted a review which resulted in a 267 page report. “The most powerful men at Penn State failed to take any steps for 14 years to protect the children who Sandusky victimized.”
The Report in its entirety is available on the internet, to the everlasting shame of Penn State and the numerous facilitators of Mr. Sandusky’s reign of pedophilia.
|Jerry Sandusky and Joe Paterno, a pedophile and his enabler. Chicago Tribune.|
Incredibly, Congressman Rick Santorum nominated Jerry Sandusky for a “Congressional Angels in Adoption Award,” after Sandusky was already accused in five cases of child molestation.
A Penn State graduate assistant caught Mr. Sandusky anally raping a young boy in a shower. After he informed head coach Joe Paterno, Paterno did not inform police.
After Sandusky’s conviction on 45 of 48 counts related to sexual molestation of children questions emerged about his potential involvement in a pedophile ring that pimped out children.
Allegations that “Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors … (were) being investigated by two prominent columnists….”
In September, 2012, Dr. Phil yet again hosted an episode addressing pedophilia. The episode recounted Mr. Travis Weaver stating that Mr. Sandusky “pinned him to the bed” of a Philadelphia hotel room, apparently in a wrestling maneuver.
After Mr. Weaver told Mr. Sandusky that he was “going to call the cops,” he said that Sandusky “just laughed at me.” Sandusky said that “no one was ever going to believe me over him.”
|Pedophiles look like this. Jerry Sandusky. Chicago Tribune.|
Shortly after Mr. Weaver went public with his claims, Mr. Sandusky was convicted on 45 counts of sex abuse of minors.
This episode of Dr. Phil also featured Mr. Greg Bucceroni, who reportedly claimed in several interviews with The Daily News that he was molested by Mr. Savitz in the late 1970’s.
Mr. Bucceroni allegedly sent emails to Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn claiming that the school’s football coach, Mr. Phil Foglietta, paid him for sex in 1979.
Worse, he alleged that Mr. Foglietta was a member of a pedophile ring that included both Savitz and Sandusky, among other unnamed participants.
This article observes that pedophiles sometimes operate in predatory packs, sharing photographs of little boys like baseball trading cards.
The elite coverup was abetted by former governor Mr. Ed Rendell. Mr. Rendell stated that Mr. Bucceroni did not advise him of abuse at the hands of Mr. Savitz in the 1970’s and early 1980’s, when Mr. Rendell was the district attorney of Philadelphia.
“That guy is completely crazy. I don’t know anything about what he’s talking about, and none of it’s true. The guy is just crackers.”
And yet, Mr. Sandusky was convicted on 45 counts of child molestation.
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This is my 23d installment on the pedophilia epidemic.
Read dispatches 1-22 and forthcoming segments at magickingdomdispatch.com, or on Medium: https://medium.com/@estebantrujillodegutierrez.