The Penn State Child Sex Abuse Scandal and the Catholic Church Cesspool

   In 1998, a mother complained that her 11 year old son was touched byPenn State Coach Jerry Sandusky when both were naked and in the shower at Penn State.  Police secretly recorded the mother talking with Sandusky.  The case was closed and no individual was arrested or indicted!

   In 2002, another coach at Penn State stated that he witnessed a different 11 year old boy being RAPED IN THE SHOWER BY COACH SANDUSKY.  NEITHER THE COACH NOR HIS SUPERIORS WENT TO THE POLICE!

   Sanityandsense finds it totally incomprehensible that this reprehensible and illegal behavior by Jerry Sandusky was not reported to the police.  How is this possible?

   Sanityandsense is the only credible website that has stated that the ongoing sexual abuse of children by the Roman Catholic Church must be stopped by criminal prosecution of the Catholic Church in the U.S.  The vile and reprehensible behavior by Jerry Sandusky was both directly and indirectly encouraged by the failure of the federal government of the U.S. TO PROSECUTE PEDOPHILE PRIESTS. 

   The U.S. Constitutional Right to religious freedom does not extend to any religious organization engaged in criminal acts.  Sanityandsense.com believes, and will continue to demand, that the entire Catholic church in the U.S. should be prosecuted under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act known as RICO. 

   With the Attorney General (AG) of the U.S.  granting  approval to the Drug Enforcement Agency to allow the shipment of semi-automatic weapons to the Mexican Drug Cartel,  I suppose that I am expecting too much when I ask the AG to protect U.S. citizens and enforce U.S. laws. 

   Father Gabriele Amorth has been the Vatican’s chief exorcist for 27 years.  Father Amorth believes that the rampant sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests is proof that ” the Devil is at work in the Vatican.”  While Sanityandsense lacks the religious expertise of Father Amorth, it appears that the Devil is busy at work at Penn State, the White House, the U.S. Congress, and most recently at the office of the Attorney General of the U.S.

                              R. Van Conoley

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