You're saying that we should take anyone that knew of what happened, drag them in front of a college, and shot them in the head? Then you have the audacity to say they're animals? Where's Y2J when you need him?
There he is.
Anyways, no. Just no. Who's to say that any of them are guilty? I know that's a bold thing to say, but what do you know about the case? Has anyone been proven guilty? At this time I'm not awake enough to look it up, but I'm not going to sit here and say they should be shot in the head in front of a large group of people.
They fired him for public relations. Did they want to fire Joe, probably not. It was nothing personal, but there would have been even more controversy if they allowed him to stay.
How do you know what the situation was, whenever Joe was "told" one time about the situation. Maybe he was tired, maybe he wasn't paying attention to what the kid said. The guy is 84 years old, he isn't exactly going to hear everything going on.
Although I don't think Joe Paterno should have been allowed to coach anyways. This could've been avoided for him, if he retired years ago.