As it’s been a while since we’ve had a good conspiracy theory thread here on the site, and as I haven’t yet opined on the whole Penn State pedophilia scandal, I thought that I’d move the following clip up to the front page. It comes from the website of the New England Sports Network, and it was just left in an old thread by our friend Robert, an Ann Arbor-based amateur sleuth.
…When an investigation first started in 2005 over allegations that Jerry Sandusky was engaging in sexual acts with young boys, district attorney Ray Gricar was working on getting to the bottom of things, disregarding Sandusky’s position at Penn State and in the community. Unfortunately in April of that same year, Gricar went missing.
A few months later, his daughter, Lara, petitioned to declare her father dead so that the family could have closure, according to The New York Times. But the Sandusky case was left wide open, with much of the evidence and momentum dying with Gricar.
Gricar’s disappearance has been a mystery ever since that April day in 2005. His car was found in a parking lot 50 miles from his home, with his laptop, wallet and keys missing. Investigators later revealed an Internet search on Gricar’s home computer that read: “how to wreck a hard drive.” Foul play is still suspected because the former district attorney’s body still has not been found.
Anthony De Boef, assistant district attorney while Gricar was serving, explained how adament Gricar was when dealing with a case as serious as the Sandusky accusations.
“No one got a bye with Ray. He didn’t care who you were, he had a job to do”…
And, as if that wasn’t weird enough, there’s also a rumor making the rounds today that accused pedophile Jerry Sandusky, wasn’t just raping the young at-risk boys that he’d attracted to his foundation, but also offering these boys to wealthy Penn State donors. I can’t imagine that it’s true, but, given the way things are unfolding, who knows? Yesterday at this time, if you’d told me that Penn State’s students were going to take to the streets, flipping cars and smashing windows, out of anger that a man who enabled the predatory activities of a pedophile was fired, I wouldn’t have believed you… If it does happen to be true about the pedophile prostitution ring, I suspect we’ll know soon enough by the uptick in suicides across Pennsylvania.
I’m just hoping that the Nebraska fans show a little decorum this weekend, and don’t take the opportunity to rub it in the faces of Penn State’s fans that their university is collapsing under the weight of these compounding lies and serious crimes against children. While I suspect we’ll see our share of Pedobears decked out in Penn State gear at the game, one hopes that’s where it stops. It’s bad enough that the victims have to live though this without the whole thing turning into a sick, ugly joke.