Monday, August 13, 2012 by: Jon Rappoport
(NaturalNews) How high does the corruption go? Was Jerry Sandusky the only pedophile at Penn State? Federal investigators are now looking into an unnamed prominent Penn State booster who may have been molesting young boys.
This would go a long way toward explaining why University officials covered up Sandusky's crimes at Penn State for many years. He wasn't the only one who need protecting.
Sandusky used his charity, Second Mile, to bring children into his orbit. It may now emerge that the storied football program at Penn State was itself a screen, a cover behind which boosters of the program were committing crimes against children.
A University shielding multiple pedophiles from prosecution? Yes, because they were connected to one of the most important institutions in Pennsylvania, Penn State football.
And if that is so, no doubt certain pedophiles became active football boosters at the University for the express purpose of attaining elite privilege above the law, just as pedophiles have entered the priesthood to exceed the reach of civil authority.
In November 2011, when the Sandusky scandal broke, Pennsylvania radio host Mark Madden predicted: "I will use the only language I can---that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich [Second Mile] donors." Madden's assessment may be confirmed in the coming days and weeks.
Greg Bucceroni, now a policeman working for the Philadelphia school system, states that he was taken, as a teenager (1979), to Second Mile, where he met Sandusky.
Bucceroni also says he was molested, starting in 1977, by a wealthy Philadelphia businessman, Edward Savitz. Savitz was finally arrested and charged with multiple counts of pedophilia, in 1992, and died a few days before his trial in 1993.
Bucceroni claims Savitz and Sandusky knew each other through Second Mile.
There is no current mention of Sandusky cooperating with federal investigators while he sits in prison. At times after his arrest, his calm demeanor suggested he was waiting to be delivered from conviction by influential friends. Since that hasn't happened, he may have decided to seek a quid pro quo by naming names of other pedophiles with whom he was operating, at Second Mile and Penn State.
Postal inspectors are now looking into allegations that Sandusky was sharing child pornography with other pedophiles, using the US mail. This could expose a network that extends far beyond Pennsylvania.
|Cal Ripken, Jr.|
Of note: Just last week, Second Mile announced it was shutting down an internal investigation into who, at the organization, knew about Sandusky's criminal acts before his arrest, and exactly when they knew.
It's not clear who at Second Mile made the recent decision to transfer the charity's remaining assets, $2.6 million, to Houston-based Arrow Child and Family Ministries. It is clear, however, that Arrow Ministries has significant connections to the Bush family.
|Susie Peake of Arrow|
|Neil & Maria Bush|
Twenty-three years ago, a child prostitution scandal, known widely as the Franklin Coverup, threatened to explode in the media and take down the Bush White House. Despite reports in the NY Times and the Washington Times, and despite brief television news coverage from Connie Chung and Tom Brokaw, the investigation dissolved and disappeared.
It's worth noting that last month, the mother of one of Second Miles' "unintentional" board members was kidnapped in Maryland, handcuffed and driven around for a full day. No ransom demands were made. She was later found unharmed in a car. The FBI are pursuing leads on a suspect. The woman is the mother of Cal Ripken. Had he been making unwelcome comments about Second Mile?
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