The president who presided over Penn State University while Jerry Sandusky was raping boys at will is about to face criminal charges.
Graham Spanier, who was fired last November along with disgraced legend Joe Paterno, will be charged with obstruction of justice and perjury charges in connection with the scandal that brought the school's cult-like football program to its knees.
The 68-year-old sicko Sandusky is rotting in jail and was recently moved in among death row inmates. He doesn't face the death penalty but will likely die in jail; it will be 30 years before he's eligible for parole.
Paterno died in January before he could be charged with anything, but Spanier now joins Tim Curley and Gary Schultz — former PSU athletic director and vice president — in facing charges. Those two are charged with perjury and failure to report an incident.
Former FBI director Louis Freeh's damning report (below) on the Sandusky scandal found that Paterno and Spanier caught wind of Sandusky's molestation habit in 1998 but went along with a coverup that allowed the bastard to continue raping boys for years.
Ironically, Spanier was once a leading researcher on sex and family issues.