Thursday, November 10, 2011

The fresh Penn State scandal and the old Catholic priest abuse scandal remind me of an important sociobiological truth: members of a brotherhood protect each other, even when they shouldn't.

4 comments:

  1. One advantage of an increasingly atomistic society.

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  2. Anonymous10:02 AM

    Brotherhood of what? Sodomy?

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  3. Anonymous10:46 AM

    That's a pretty big brotherhood:

    http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/news?slug=ycn-10407023

    "It actually gets worse. Madden went on to say "When Sandusky quit, everybody knew; not just at Penn State. It was a very poorly kept secret around college football, in general. That is why he never coached in college football again and retired at the relatively young age of 55, young for a coach." Madden also called the Second Mile Foundation "the perfect cover" for Sandusky's scheme."

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  4. I think that these sex abuse scandals show that the more horrible the crime the more difficult people find it to deal with it. Because the sexual abuse of a child is so horrible, people just found it easier to ignore the problem and hope that someone else would deal with it.

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