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Joe Pa and Company: How could they…?

Joe Pa and Mike McQueary (Photo by Joe Robbins_Getty Images)

Grand jury testimony points to a number of other people employed at Penn State who knew or suspected that Sandusky was sexually assaulting young boys at the university, yet they didn’t do or say anything to stop it.

Why not? Why didn’t someone stop Sandusky?

McQueary now claims, through a recently released email sent to friends, that he did take action to stop the sexual assault. What kind of action? Based on the email, he said he stopped it though not physically.

McQueary’s email states “I did have discussions with police and with the official at the university in charge of police.” Why is there no mention of this in the Grand jury report? You are under oath when you testify in court, unlike when you are writing what appears to be a self-serving email to friends.

What did the police say when asked about his email? Click here to find out.

Ed Kress
For over 35 years Ed Kress has been an instructor and student at the Degerberg Academy of Martial Arts, named "Best Overall Martial Arts School” worldwide by Black Belt Magazine. Master Fred Degerberg awarded Ed his 7th degree Black Belt in 2015. Growing up on Chicago’s Southside, Ed learned early in life to pay attention to his surroundings in order to avoid potentially dangerous people and situations. Along with local law enforcement officers and directors of campus security, Ed has developed a program which focuses on teaching personal safety on the streets, and as it relates to the high school and college experience. Ed has trained thousands of adult men and women as well as high school and college students to improve their personal and situational awareness and, when necessary, how to physically defend themselves using their brains as well as their bodies. Ed began his martial arts career when he started wrestling in 8th grade, taking 1st place in the Chicago Park District City Championships. He later wrestled varsity at Mendel Catholic High School where he was a Chicago Catholic League Conference Champion. During his college career at North Park University he was a Conference Champion and 2-time NCAA Div 3 national qualifier. He was on his way to qualifying for the 3rd time when a neck injury ended his college career. His record that year was 17 - 0. He continues to wrestle as Head Freshman Wrestling Coach at Loyola Academy. A position he has held since 2004.

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