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    McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    Mike McQueary e-mail says he 'made sure it stopped' with Sandusky 11/14/2011 8:51 PM By USA Today,
    Monday, November 14, 2011
    For more than a week, there has been speculation about what happened when Mike McQueary allegedly saw former assistant Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulting a 10-year-old boy in 2002.

    According to NBC correspondent Peter Alexander, McQueary didn't walk away as most inferred from the information contained in the grand jury presentment.

    Alexander relayed a story on Twitter from an e-mail to former teammates of McQueary, who played at Penn State from 1994-97.

    McQueary e-mailed the following about the 2002 incident when he was a graduate assistant at the school:

    ?I did the right thing…you guys know me…?

    ?... the truth is not out there fully... I didn't just turn and run... I made sure it stopped...?

    ?... I had to make quick tough decisions…?

    McQueary is currently on administrative leave while Penn State decides his job status.

    Athletics director Tim Curley and senior vice president Gary Schultz are charged with perjury and failure to report a crime. Curley is on administrative leave. Schultz has resigned.

    Longtime Nittany Lions coach Joe Paterno and school president Graham Spanier was fired for their role in the case. Neither has been charged.
    http://m.triblive.com/triblive/pm_5904/ ... d=Fxv2UI7b
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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    Jerry Sandusky: I am innocent

    ESPN.com news services
    November 14, 2011


    NEW YORK -- Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky is telling NBC that he is innocent of child sex abuse charges that shocked the sports world and resulted in the firing of coach Joe Paterno.

    In a telephone interview with Bob Costas for NBC News' "Rock Center," airing Monday night.

    Sandusky also denies accusations that he is a pedophile, but acknowledged "I could say that I have done some of those things.

    "I have horsed around with kids," Sandusky continued. "I have showered after workouts. I have hugged them and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact."

    Sandusky ultimately conceded, "I shouldn't have showered with those kids."

    Sandusky, who founded a charity for disadvantaged youth, acknowledges that he showered with some boys after workouts and shouldn't have done so.

    Paterno was fired last Wednesday for failing to do enough about a 2002 report alleging that Sandusky raped a young boy in the Penn State football showers.

    The Associated Press has made several efforts to reach Sandusky by phone and through his attorney, but messages haven't been returned.

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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    Mods - feel free to move this. I didn't intend for this to be a full blown second thread on this subject. I merely felt McQueary deserved his own thread since he has basically been lambasted in public for not doing anything when he did.
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    Sandusky is not telling the truth IMHO. Anyone that is a normal person does not shower with kids. I never wanted to shower around people my own age to tell you the truth. Call it modest, wanting my own privacy or what but, it is really weird to shower around kids or to horse around with naked kids.
    I hate to sound like a horrible person with especially being a father of two small kids but, I can't stand to be around kids to tell you the truth. They're noisy, sticky, never wash their hands enough for me and just to darn hyper. Don't get me wrong, I love my kids but outside of being a parent, you shouldn't have very much contact with children.

    The dude is guilty as can be and I still find it hard to believe people are like that , it went on for so long, they thought they could cover it up and that the victims were supposed to keep their mouths shut for ever.

    Had Penn State/ Coaches / Staff or whomever addressed this from the start by calling the police it would have been a lot better for the victims, the school and everyone around and it wouldn't be as big as a monster as it has now become. Stupid, Sad, Evil and Sick is what they have all contributed to.

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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    I don't think there is even a question that sandusky isn't telling the truth. You don't have this many instances and this many accounts and this many kids saying the same exact stories of your 'testing' them to see if they will essentially allow you to have your way with them for these to be made up lies about the dude.
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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Pittsburgh
    Mike McQueary e-mail says he 'made sure it stopped' with Sandusky 11/14/2011 8:51 PM By USA Today,
    Monday, November 14, 2011
    For more than a week, there has been speculation about what happened when Mike McQueary allegedly saw former assistant Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulting a 10-year-old boy in 2002.

    According to NBC correspondent Peter Alexander, McQueary didn't walk away as most inferred from the information contained in the grand jury presentment.

    Alexander relayed a story on Twitter from an e-mail to former teammates of McQueary, who played at Penn State from 1994-97.

    McQueary e-mailed the following about the 2002 incident when he was a graduate assistant at the school:

    ?I did the right thing…you guys know me…?

    ?... the truth is not out there fully... I didn't just turn and run... I made sure it stopped...?

    ?... I had to make quick tough decisions…?

    McQueary is currently on administrative leave while Penn State decides his job status.

    Athletics director Tim Curley and senior vice president Gary Schultz are charged with perjury and failure to report a crime. Curley is on administrative leave. Schultz has resigned.

    Longtime Nittany Lions coach Joe Paterno and school president Graham Spanier was fired for their role in the case. Neither has been charged.
    http://m.triblive.com/triblive/pm_5904/ ... d=Fxv2UI7b
    He didn't take the child away and bring him to the hospital and/or police station. That means he didn't do enough.

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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary



    Sandusky may have stopped because he was interrupted but he probably continued somewhere else that night and many other days and nights.

    I heard the NY Times has 10 more victims.
    More Sandusky accusers come forward
    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-...-come-forward/
    (CBS/AP)

    NEW YORK - Additional suspected victims of the former Penn State assistant football coach at the heart of a massive sex scandal have come forward to authorities since his arrest, a source familiar with the investigation told CBS News.

    The source did not provide the number of alleged victims but said that they are being vetted by Pennsylvania State Police. The New York Times reported earlier the number of alleged new victims is around 10.

    The new accusations come as Jerry Sandusky said he showered with young boys and hugged them but called the allegedly criminal contact "horseplay."

    Sandusky has been formally accused of sexually assaulting eight boys over a 15-year span, with some of the alleged crimes happening at Penn State, where he had access to campus as an emeritus professor following his 1999 retirement as coaching legend Joe Paterno's top defensive assistant.

    Special Section: The Penn State Scandal
    Sandusky claims innocence, but admits to showers
    President of Sandusky's Second Mile resigns

    Sandusky told NBC News' "Rock Center" on Monday night that he was not a pedophile but, in retrospect, should not have showered with the boys he's charged with sexually assaulting.

    In an interview with Bob Costas, Sandusky, once considered the heir apparent to Paterno, proclaimed his innocence in the face of a series of startling allegations detailed in a grand jury report issued last week.

    "I am innocent of those charges," Sandusky said. "... I could say that I have done some of those things. I have horsed around with kids. I have showered after workouts. I have hugged them, and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact."

    Asked whether he was sexually attracted to underage boys, he said "sexually attracted, no. I enjoy young people, I love to be around them, but, no, I'm not sexually attracted to young boys."

    Asked if there was anything he had done wrong, Sandusky said, "I shouldn't have showered with those kids."

    Sandusky bail judge has ties to Second Mile
    Alleged Sandusky victims prepare civil suits
    Sandusky was "creepy," says ex-foundation kid

    When pressed about how two people could claim to have witnessed Sandusky engaged in sexual contact with boys on two different occasions, Sandusky replied that "you'd have to ask" them.

    The scandal has hit hard the community called Happy Valley, where "success with honor" is the motto. Paterno and University President Graham Spanier have lost their jobs and Athletic Director Tim Curley and senior vice president Gary Schultz face perjury charges.

    The interview with Costas was Sandusky's first public comment on the charges. He had previously maintained his innocence through his attorney, Joe Amendola.

    "We anticipate we're going to have at least several of those kids come forward and say 'This never happened. This is me. This is the allegation. It never occurred,'" Amendola said on the NBC broadcast.

    A spokesman for Pennsylvania Attorney General Linda Kelly declined to comment on the interview, citing the active investigation.

    Amendola earlier told CNN that his client was just behaving like "a jock."

    "Jerry Sandusky is a big overgrown kid," Amendola said. "He's a jock, and for anybody who's ever played sports, you get showers after you work out."

    Wide receivers coach Mike McQueary told a grand jury that in March 2001 when he was a graduate assistant, he saw Sandusky sodomizing a boy about 10 years old in a shower at the Nittany Lions' practice center. McQueary did not go to police but instead told Paterno, Curley and Schultz, although it is unclear how detailed a description he gave. Schultz, in turn, notified Spanier.

    Sandusky told NBC there was no sexual contact.

    "We were showering and horsing around, and he actually turned all the showers on and was actually sliding across the floor, and we were, as I recall, possibly like snapping a towel — horseplay," he said.

    Amendola accused the attorney general's office of having "thrown everything they can throw up against the wall." He said some of the allegations, such as putting a hand on a boy's knee, do not constitute criminal conduct and other cases include no direct complaint by the boy.

    "They have other people who are saying they saw something, but they don't have actual people saying, `This is what Jerry did to me,"' Amendola said. "We're working to find those people, and when the time comes, and if we are able to do that, we think this whole case will change dramatically."

    The Associated Press has made several efforts to reach Sandusky by phone and through Amendola, but messages haven't been returned. The AP also knocked on Sandusky's door and left messages at least three times over the past week.

    When Sandusky retired in 1999, at just 55, he cited his desire to devote more time to The Second Mile, a charity he founded in 1977 to help at-risk kids. According to the grand jury report, however, Sandusky was a sexual predator who used the charity and his Penn State connections to prey on young boys.

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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    McQueary email: I stopped Sandusky, went to police

    By GENARO C. ARMAS - Associated Press


    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Mike McQueary told a friend from Penn State that he stopped an alleged assault by Jerry Sandusky on a 10-year-old boy in 2002 and went to the police about it.

    In the email dated Nov. 8 from McQueary's Penn State account and made available to The Associated Press by his friend on Tuesday, the assistant coach writes that he stopped the sexual assault and discussed it with police afterward.

    "I am getting hammered for handling this the right way ... or what I thought at the time was right," he says. "I had to make tough impacting quick decisions."

    An email seeking comment from McQueary was not immediately answered.

    Sandusky, a retired Penn State assistant coach, is accused of sexually assaulting eight boys over a 15-year span.

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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    We will probably never know how many children this guy raped. Put yourself in the kids shoes, how difficult must it be to live with or to face your parents and tell them what had happened. Some or most at that age probably didn't even know what was being done to them or how to react to it ever.

    I wonder how many of those young boys grew up with problems or personal issues that they and their parents don't even realize it stems from that ?


    I wonder if any turned to drugs, booze caused their parents a living hell just because this monster had to get his jollies off ?

    I wonder if any of them even committed suicide over it ? There is so much horrible impact over for the victims, their families. And what that college allowed to skate by is a whole new crime on top of the original crime Sandusky was doing to numerous boys.

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    Re: McQueary stopped Sandusky that night - per McQueary

    If McQueary went to the cops & can prove it, this just got 12 shades of shady.
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