Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Former PSU President Graham Spanier says he was a child-abuse victim

Former PSU President Graham Spanier says he wouldn't have 'turned a blind eye' to others
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"It is unfathomable and illogical to think ... someone who experienced massive and persistent abuse as a child," Spanier said in a reference to himself, "... would have knowingly turned a blind eye to a report of child abuse."

Unlike Curley and Schultz, who face perjury charges for allegedly lying to the grand jury about what they knew of and did about allegations againt Sandusky, Spanier has not been charged.

But the investigation is continuing and it is widely believed Attorney General Linda Kelly's investigators have been taking a harder look at Spanier's role since receiving e-mails indicating he was involved in the decision to keep the 2001 incident from police.
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This story becomes more bizarre with each turn of the page.

Spanier doesn't claim to be the victim of child sexual abuse, but claims to have suffered physical abuse at the hands of a father who he says punched him around.