We have a Right to know

Don’t we (the public) have a right to know, how the Officials at Penn State investigated the sexual abuse that took place.

 We have a right to know what they did, when they did it and what action if any were taken. The public’s right to know how the university dealt with the allegations has been restricted, and while the university followed the provision in the state law, there seems that there should have been a higher moral compass to follow.

 It is true that the state law needs to be changed, this is the provision that allows Penn State to close the records on this matter, but the public has a right to know.  State lawmakers should revoke that exemption. The right to know does in fact belong to the public.

Adults should protect children and not abuse them


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