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Posted on 11/16/2011 6:31:07 PM PST by TigerClaws
Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary never mentioned that he talked to police in 2002 after witnessing an alleged sexual assault by Jerry Sandusky of a young boy, according to a hand-written statement McQueary gave to police during the recent grand jury investigation.
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So much for the brief attempt to try to obscure or excuse this coward's behavior. The account stands as it was originally reported: a burly, 28 year old adult man saw another adult man rape a 10 year old boy and ran away to daddy rather than stopping it or calling the police. He remains scum.
An naked adult man in his late 60's. It would have been the easiest take down of McQueary's life if he had attempted it.
Not only that to save face he’s created a serious credibility gap which may harm the prosecution’s case.
The trial is going to be amazing, what with all the conflicting stories.
That may be the intention here, to muddy the waters just enough....the prosecution has their work cut out for them.
He’s a key witness and he’s discredited himself with his lying.
Sandusky’s lawyer will drive a tractor trailer truck though this pitiful excuse for a man. Obviously the liar did not realize his e-mail would go beyond his addressee pals. It’s time to stop lying now, McQueary.
I think Sandusky is lying about contacting the victim.
How did the Grand Jury know to question McQueary? How did investigators find out about the 2002 incident?
McQueary failed to man-up and rescue the boy from the debasement he was suffering at the hands of Sandusky. He wanted to be promoted from graduate assistant to assistant coach so bad that he felt compelled to consult his dad about how to handle what he had witnessed. He didn’t want to rock the boat.
He should have gone into the shower, taken the boy by the arm and led him to safety and security. He should have looked Sandusky in the eye and suggested that he go home and blow his brains out and save the state a lot of money and his victims a lot of shame and humiliation because he was about to take the boy to the police and then to the hospital for a medical exam.
This is what a man would have done. McQueary was no man then and he still isn’t. He is lying to his friends and trying to cover his own failures.
He is guilty of gross negligence and infinite cowardice.