Penn State has paid $93 million to 33 Sandusky victims: Is this enough compensation to the victims?

  • No Price on Trauma

    In a monetary sense, yes, this is enough compensation for having been treated the way these victims were treated. There is no amount of money in the world that can eliminate the trauma that comes with sexual abuse, especially from someone you were supposed to trust and had authority over you.

  • No, this is not sufficient compensation because there is no amount of compensation to make up for being violated.

    There is no amount of compensation that would be sufficient to make up for the trauma involved in having your bodily autonomy violated. Though Penn State cannot be held responsible for their employee's behavior, they do need to be more vigilant in ensuring their employees do not commit these atrocities. These victims will have to live with the memory of what happened for the rest of their lives.

  • No, no ammount of money will every be enough.

    The victims of Sandusky, are going to be changed forever. There is no amount of money that will every take back what they lost. The innocence of their childhood was taken away. Penn State should do something for them and money has helped, but no amount of money will ever be enough to fix the victims.

  • No, not really.

    No amount of money will ever really compensate them for their loss. These young men had their innocence taken away from them, and they were hurt very deeply. Money just seems like a way to get them to stop complaining about what happended to them in an effort to brush it under the rug.

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