More than his brain could handle? Really? Hero or coward?
Yes, I'm angry, frustrated and very concerned as to why a big, strong, moral man, yes Mike McQueary, when he heard a skin-on-skin smacking sound of a sexual nature coming from the showers, why he didn't step into the middle of the abuse and confront Jerry Sandusky and grab him by the neck and stop him? Slamming a locker room door to stop it? Really? If that was his son or daughter or yours, what would you do?
Where was Mike's spine, his moral fiber, it was made of straw (flexible) and not brick (solid). If he would've stepped in then, 2001, and called the police then how many innocent children would not been abused by Sandusky? Where did Mike's common sense go? He went to cowardice not hero as far as I'm concerned. I don't want to get involved so I'll just pass it on and let someone else handle it. Brain drain! Mike's as guilty as anyone involved in this abuse from the top on down at Penn State.
They all couldn't believe this could be happening so they tried to sweep the abuse under the carpet. They are all cowards afraid of the truth. Remember always the truth will set you free, but look where it got them, Penn State.
Let the chips fall where they may! Strategy emerges, guilty I say.
Mike McQueary would've saved a lot of families first and Penn State a lot of grief if he would've acted as a hero to the rescue instead of as a cringing coward. Hero or coward, you make the call!
Remember to love and take care of each other. Remember also the Devil runs free on this planet. Keep the faith in God. God Bless! Semper Fi!
Sander E. Harris