If the news media is so convinced that Curley and Schultz are 'guilty,' we are asking them to watch our video and put their money where their mouth is by taking our $10,000 charity challenge.
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(PRWEB) August 27, 2012
http://www.FramingPaterno.com, the website of record for the defense of Joe Paterno, has released a stunning new video which "proves" that Joe Paterno led a "cover up" of the Jerry Sandusky allegations at Penn State. The website is also offering a $10,000 charity challenge for the first media member who will accept it.
The video, which is already going "viral," is a ten-minute animation of what the cover up would have to look like if everything the Freeh Report claimed, actually happened. It is a biting satire which also shows how incredibly unlikely and nonsensical such a "cover up" really would have been.
The video comes on the heels of FramingPaterno.com's news-making release of a shocking scientific national opinion poll which showed that the public's knowledge of this case was remarkably poor.
As part of the release of this video, John Ziegler, the founder of FramingPaterno.com, is also issuing a $10,000 challenge to the first member of a major media organization who formally accepts it.
"If Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, the two former Penn State administrators who are facing allegations of perjury and failing to report child abuse, are convicted of all the charges currently against them, then I will personally pay $10,000 to that media member's child abuse charity of choice," said Ziegler. "If they are not convicted of all charges, the first media member who takes this challenge will agree to either do a major story on how we were right, or pay the website $10,000 to be used on our next project."
"Since the media seems extremely confident that Curley and Schultz are in fact guilty and because supporting efforts to combat child abuse is something everyone can get behind, I would think that members of the news media will be very eager to take this challenge," added Ziegler.
Ziegler, a Los Angeles-based documentary filmmaker who will be attending Penn State's first home game this weekend where he will begin shooting interviews for a possible movie, is available for a limited number of interviews in the Los Angeles area and nationally. He can discuss the video, the challenge, the poll, the new "Paterno" book, and his upcoming trip to State College where he will be handing out 1,000 free t-shirts with a special message for the news media.