[quote user="DavenIII"][quote user="Morehead State"]
[quote user="DavenIII"][quote user="Morehead State"]I completely agree. Joe Pa had a larger obligation. And I don't care if he's a mascot or not.[/quote]
the person who heard a story from some random janitor has a larger moral obligation to seek justice then the janitor who witnesses the act himself?
you are either Trolling or you've become temporarily insane.
Well two guys got carted off in handcuffes because they didn't do anything about this "story".</p>
And I'm not saying that's wrong, what I'm saying is that it's worse not to do anything about something you SAW then not to do something about a story you heard from someone....
and don't give me he went to Joe Pa....that's not enough...he was right in doing that but wrong in not going further, he should have stopped it then in there or should have went to the cops...without doing either of those things he's in the wrong...morally, and more so then Joe Pa.
lol its baffling
GUY ONE: Witness. Saw the act happen and told some other guy - off the hook
GUY TWO: Boss. Somebody told him what happened, he told his superior - BURN HIM!