July 30, 2012 12:00 AM
Though facts were scarce on the meaning behind Team Outlaw, the group leading the charge issued the following statement to set the record straight Monday morning.
First and foremost we condemn anyone that was involved in the Sandusky cover up and that includes anyone with any remote knowledge of any incidents while doing nothing about it that include the current Governor of PA. There are terrible people in this world that chose to do wrong. We truly feel sorry for the victims that were abused. No child should ever have to experience abuse of any kind. Joe’s legacy is forever tainted by his involvement. We respected Joe for the good that he did but will always be reminded of this when his name is spoken. The statue should have never been built and we were pleased to see it come down. The current President is in over his head and it showed in his dealings with the NCAA "
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