In 2007, as many as two dozen players broke into an off-campus apartment, sparking a melee that captured headlines and prompted the police to file criminal charges against six Penn State football players. Dr. Triponey's department [Standards and Conduct] began an inquiry. In a meeting with Messrs. Paterno, and [PSU President Graham] Spanier and others, Dr. Triponey complained that the players were stonewalling her and suggested that Mr. Paterno ought to compel them to be truthful. Mr. Paterno angrily responded that his players couldn't be expected to cooperate with the school's disciplinary process because, in this case, they would have to testify against each other, making it hard to play football together, these people say. In the end, police dropped many of the charges against the players, and two pleaded guilty to misdemeanors. The school's inquiry led to four players being suspended for a summer semester. They did not miss any games.The Wall Street Journal interviews former Penn State head of Standards and Conduct Vicky Triponey, who unloads on Joe Paterno and the corrupt culture at Penn State. Names are named, dates are referenced and emails are quoted.