The damage in the Penn State sex abuse scandal continues to grow. At least 10 more alleged victims have reportedly come forward. Many of the alleged victims came from former assistant Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky's Second Mile foundation, a program he started for at-risk youth. Thomas Day attended the Second Mile foundation when he was younger, and later volunteered with the group.
Day is also an Iraq war veteran and a Penn State graduate. In a Washington Post op-ed, Day wrote about experiencing a "loss of faith" in his parents' generation after news of the charges against Sandusky broke.