Snipping, and trying to get use to the new format Okay, we can look at 1998. RFG did not investigate. The police brought the information to him. The "grooming" evidence might not have been admissible, at all. He could not, in 1998 or 2005, put a psychologist or psychiatrist on the stand and have them testify about grooming. Also keep in mind, in 1998, he had two victims and an admission. Only if he had evidence of a more serious crime would the case be much stronger. JKA, the abuse go to person in 2005, has no connection to PSU. Sloane is an alumnus, but he does not work for them. PEF mentioned it, when asked. The laptop problem is that, under this scenario, RFG has data related to Sandusky on a device he is planning to make unreadable. If he would prosecute, that would be the last place he'd put it. The assets still are not there. Even an irrevocable trust would mean that RFG would not have access to the money in retirement; same with a single premium life insurance policy. Even if every penny is tied up in estate planning, RFG still cannot spend it. Who couldn't explain being seen with the DA? Spanier? No. Spanier could simply say that he was discussing drugs or underage drinking on campus or offering RFG an adjunct professorship after he retires or asking him to be a guest lecturer. Schultz? He's the manager of the police force. Even Sandusky could claim that they were meeting to discuss delinquency. Curley, maybe, but that's it. We also know that RFG was in Lewisburg in the late afternoon. Nearly anyone with information was at the football practice. If you want to investigate someone involved with the PSU football program, you don't travel 50 miles away from where they all are.