By now you probably know the story. The Freeh report on Penn State and Jerry Sandusky will be released at 9 a.m. tomorrow morning — here’s the URL for it in case you’re interested — and the possibility of many, many PSU admins coming under fire is very, very real.
The investigation supposedly contains interviews from hundreds of current and former university employees. Apparently, not one of them is former assistant coach Mike McQueary. Fight On State reports that McQueary, despite multiple offers to speak with investigators, was never asked to contribute with any testimony.
McQueary was a central figure in the Sandusky scandal and testified on the second day of the former PSU defensive coordinator’s trial in June. McQueary claims in the original grand jury testimony that he walked in on Sandusky molesting a young boy.
However, McQueary’s story, from what he allegedly saw to how he initially handled the situation, has changed multiple times over the past several months. Whether it was a question of credibility, or if there was simply no need for further questioning, isn’t clear.
But McQueary’s testimony was enough to convict Sandusky on four counts of child-sex abuse related to Victim 2, including a felony. Sandusky was found guilty of 45 counts total.