shmenguin wrote:i guess it's fine to have someone tell you they saw your friend raping a child, and you just go let that friend hang out at your workplace for the next several years. and it's perfectly normal to see that friend walk around your facilities and come to your games with little boys after you were told he raped one of them. anyone would be able to sleep at night under those circumstances, sure.
This article explains some of the problems with McQuery's testimony.http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/06 ... imony?lite
The article also doesn't mention that Dr. Dranov, a family friend said that McQuery didn't see any sexual acts. From this article:http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index. ... cquea.html
However, Dranov told grand jurors that he asked McQueary three times if he saw anything sexual, and three times McQueary said no, according to the source.
I find Dranov's account believable because he has nothing to gain from his testimony, which is not the case for McQuery.
Lastly, it appears that victim #2 has stated that he wasn't abused the night McQuery saw him in the shower according to this post from Deadspin:http://deadspin.com/5952207/sanduskys-u ... victimized
I am not sure what McQuery told Paterno, and Paterno never really got a chance to fully explain what was said. In my opinion, it is reasonable to question just exactly what McQuery told Paterno based on the supposed victim and an unbaised third party saying that McQuery didn't see anything sexual.