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His 45% number is wrong.
I like this. Everything we can get out there helps. I just wish someone not affiliated with PSU would accept this and run with it. Other than John Zieglar, not a knock on him just want someone in the mainstream media.
I dont know where that number is from, but could it be say 20% believe he was the child molester in this case, and 25% are not sure if he was the child molester...So in all 45% believe he MIGHT have been a child molester
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
The poll comes from "framingpaterno". He should have just cited that 28% believes that Joe was a child molestor. The addtional 17% that were unsure likely did not know the details of the case. It is misleading to include them in the number. 28% is large enough to say that many in the public are misinformed. Saying that the number is 45% is a half-truth and is no better than what we have seen in the media when they were attacking PSU.
This is what I have been screaming from the mountain tops for a year now but it will never happen.
It will never happen because the world is so dumb that they think if you challenge the Freeh Report that you support Child Abuse which is so stupid.
However, I can see where they are coming from to a point and that point is if I support my family because I have a good job and good pay am I going to risk it out there on a thought noone else is running with?
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