I just finished reading the above article and have come to the conclusion that, there are many bandwagon jumpers in America. Why on earth would someone wait 12 years to come out and say that someone “molested” them. In my humble opinion, if you let it go on after you turned 18, it is not considered molestation, its called homosexuality. And a question for the accuser, you said that after the Catholic Church’s “pray and bob” scandal, you had “bitter emotions” and then after all these years (you were an adult at the time) a new sex scandal has risen in the form of coaches with young boys, did you decide to come out of the closet finally and let everyone know that you were sexually molested by this coach but after awhile you enjoyed it and continued on into your adulthood. Or are you just looking for a quick buck, I know the economy is tough but to find a scapegoat to your parents, friend and family about why you are a homosexual is plain pathetic.
If this was such a negative incident in your life you shouldn’t have waited so long, you knew it was the wrong thing for you to be doing, yet you continued on. Now granted, nothing has been found certain as of yet, it is still your word against his, and any “evidence” of such foul play is most likely long gone. If he did do this horrible act to you then shame on him and he deserves whatever he gets… Up until you were of the age 18. Because quite frankly, that was just two men playing salami swords and butt darts, there is no crime against that.
Let us see how out of control this scandal gets, and see how many other University coaches get accused.
- LaBarbera: How Many Boy Victims of Penn State Homosexual Predator Jerry Sandusky Will End Up Thinking They are ‘Gay’? (cao2.wordpress.com)
- Syracuse coach Fine target of molestation probe (espn.go.com)
- Church not alone in sex abuse scandals, pope says (ctv.ca)
- University basketball coach accused of child molestation (canada.com)