As indicted pedophile groomer, Jerry Sandusky's
Charity, the Second Mile, continues to implode, allegations have been
raised that he was pimping out youngsters to the rich and famous for
sexual favors. Sandusky's Charity was not a small entity. An estimated
100,000 children and adolescents went through his program. The number of
potential victims is staggering.
Penn State University has more than one connection to Sandusky and his "program".
"Prior to the summer of 2004,The Second Mile
staff formed a partnership with The Pennsylvania State University’s
Prevention Research Center to assess the intrapersonal and environmental
factors of children served in the Summer Challenge Program. As a
result, campers at the University Park site now are asked to complete a
computer-based questionnaire, the Assessment of
Liability and Exposure to Substance Abuse and Antisocial Behavior (ALEXSA), during their stays at camp." (Source)
The survey did not question the youth about
sexual abuse, habits or molestation. Considering Sandusky's previous
record and exposure, this is a glaring omission. These surveys could
also be used, in the wrong hands, to identify possible targets for
sexual abuse by a pedophile ring. Possibly, even used by Sandusky and
others to find youth that could be easily compromised or blackmailed
into sex with adults.