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I am sure survivors around the world are cheering at the justice Penn State is facing.  Justice is a rare commodity for us survivors.  The following is the latest:

“July 24, 2012 12:45 PM

News Summary: Moody’s may downgrade Penn State

THE REVIEW: Moody’s Investors Service said Tuesday it is reviewing its rating on Penn State’s credit and may lower its rating. It said the fallout of the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal could hurt the school’s fundraising and student enrollment.

THE RATING: Moody’s has an ‘Aa1’ rating right now. That is its second-highest rating, nine notches above non-investment grade or “junk” status. A downgrade could make it more expensive for Penn State to borrow money.

A DAY AFTER: On Monday, the NCAA hit Penn State with severe sanctions for its failure to take action against Sandusky.”

I am glad for some justice too.  I hope it really will affect other institutions to get their values straight and come clean if necessary.  For survivors who will never see justice, it does not mean you can’t heal.  Though justice can be a part of a healing process, it is not a necessary ingredient.

There is always hope and resources to be on a healing journey.

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