Tuesday, November 15, 2011


For many years, that enthusiasm took public form in his work with the Second Mile, a charity to benefit needy children that Sandusky started in 1977. On Sunday, Jack Raykovitz, the chief executive of the foundation for 28 years, resigned. Raykovitz’s failure to do more to stop Sandusky has been a focal point of criticism. ....Raykovitz made $132,923 from the Second Mile during the calendar year that ended Aug. 31, 2010, according to its tax forms.

That kind of money for a regional charity ? What an obscenity. Non-profits should be abolished, the concept has become a scam.


1'Ex-Coach Denies Charges Amid New Accusations' - NYT

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