Penn State Assistant Coach Testifies on Child Molestation Case
Mike McQueary, a Penn State assistant football coach, testified Friday that he believes he saw former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky molesting a boy on campus and that he disclosed what he had seen to twoPennStateadministrators when he took the stand the morning of Friday December 16, 2011 in aPennsylvaniacourtroom.
He said he believes tha tSandusky was attacking the child with his hands around the boy’s waist but did not specify if it was intercourse.
The officials, and Penn State coach Joe Paterno, have been criticized for never telling police about the 2002 allegation. Sandusky allegedly continued to abuse boys for six more years.
McQueary’s testimony was described as him saying he “saw a naked boy … with his hands up against the wall, being subjected to anal intercourse by a naked Sandusky.”
McQueary said he looked into the shower a number of times and that the last time he looked in, Sandusky and the boy had separated and that they both saw him.
McQueary said he reported what he saw to Paterno but never went to police.
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