No. I don't. Early on Monday I posted that the GJ documents are careful not to tell us what McQueary said he told Paterno.
In my profession, I read a document at least twice. Once to see what is in it, and once to see what is missing.
In this case, i noticed that the presentment and the findings are careful never to tell use what McQueary said he told Paterno. The are just as careful never to tell use whether Paterno knew about or so the 1998 'showering" investigation file.
IF this is your first post on hearsay, then please accept my sincere apology. i have you confused with somebody else who keeps saying that Paterno could not report this because it was (in their mind) hearsay. However, they obviously do not understand the definition of hearsay, and they ignore the Pennsylvania Statute requiring the reporting of second-hand reports of child molestation when a teacher or coach had knowledge of a creditable claim.
Again, my apology.
But the GJ transcript does tell us that Paterno reported to the university that McQueary identified Sandusky as the man he saw committing a monstrous crime against a little boy. It's possible that Paterno knew more than that, but in my view, that in itself morally compelled Paterno to make sure somebody reported it to the police.