Witness for the Prosecution
UPDATE: McQueary testified that he withheld some of the more explicit details of what he supposedly saw in the locker room shower that night from Joe Paterno and others afterward "out of embarrassment."
Question: Didn't he think for one minute that by being vague he was making it more difficult for more responsible people to investigate the matter?
It is, after all, one thing to say "I saw something that very much appeared to be sexual nature going on" and quite another to say, "I saw Jerry Sandusky anally raping a 10-year-old boy in the locker room shower."
In any case, as he described the incident, McQueary faced a moment of truth. He needed to act to rescue that kid. But he didn't. He chickened out. He ran away.
Now he has sued Penn State for removing him from his coaching job, and claiming he didn't do anything wrong. He's either in serious denial or an complete imbecile. Maybe both.