Finally, the truth is coming out…and it's just as bad as all of the rumors.
Mike McQueary delivered a first-hand account of what he saw in 2002 when he happened to witness Jerry Sandusky molesting a young boy in the Penn State football facility showers.
He told his story on Friday morning while testifying at a preliminary court hearing which will decided whether or not there is enough evidence to prosecute Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, two PSU officials accused of lying to a grand jury in the Sandusky sex scandal.
McQueary took the opportunity to set the facts straight, saying he witnessed Sandusky's hands wrapped around a 10 or 12-year-old boy's waist in the shower.
Although he made sure to clarify he NEVER described what he saw as anal rape or anal intercourse in his report to coach Joe Paterno or the university president, he stated "it was very clear that it looked like there was intercourse going on" because the boy was facing a wall, with his hands on it.
After hearing "skin slapping sounds", he peaked in the showers several times (not sure why he'd need to look more than once to realize what was happening) until Sandusky and the boy had separated, saying:
"I know they saw me. They looked directly in my eye, both of them."
Well thats disgustingly awkward!
He went on to describe his meeting with Curly and Schultz over the incident, continuing:
"I told them that I saw Jerry in the showers with a young boy and that what I had seen was extremely sexual and over the lines and it was wrong. I would have described that it was extremely sexual and I thought that some kind of intercourse was going on."
Most people would sprint to file a report with the police after hearing a story like that, but instead, PSU officials did nothing.
Very sad if you ask us because two Sandusky victims claim he molested them a couple years later in the same fashion.
When explaining why he didn't just go to the police himself, McQueary told the court room he thought talking to Paterno and acting president of the school was more effective, saying:
"I thought I was talking to the head of the police, to be frank with you. In my mind it was like speaking to a (district attorney). It was someone who police reported to and would know what to do with it."
It's a damn shame these men did not "know what to do with it", or perhaps more sinisterly, conspired to cover the criminal incident up.
[Image via AP Images.]