Fox News reported on a study of Paterno's actions after he was made aware of misconduct by his employees.
The excerpt notes the following findings:
Again and again, the 269-page report by Freeh's group showed how Penn State officials had a "callous and shocking disregard for child victims." They lied, then lied about their lies. Even now, the loyalty to the lie about Paterno being a man of integrity (despite evidence proving he lied to a grand jury regarding his knowledge of the 1998 investigation) is galling.
Trust and integrity go hand in hand in leadership.
Do you feel that Paterno's actions should be weighted as heavily as the perpetrator? Why or why not?