Trial in Sandusky whistle-blowers lawsuit against

  • Opening statements in former a sistant football coach Mike McQueary’s lawsuit against Penn State, stemming from the school’s treatment of him after heblew the whistle onJerry Sandusky, were scheduledMonday in Centre County (Pa.)court, .McQueary’s testimony is in great part credited with Sandusky’s conviction in 2012 on child sex abuse charges covering decades in and around the Nittany Lions program.Now, however, McQueary, who also played quarterback at Penn State, is seeking $4 million in damages from a 12-person jury in Bellefonte, Pa.MORE: In his lawsuit, McQueary accusesthe school of not only impugninghis credibility as a witne s but also forcinghim from his job as a Nittany Lions a sistant that paid him more than$100,000 per year, allin the wake of his claim that in 2001he told three Penn State administrators that he saw Sandusky sexually a saulting a boy in a campus locker room but they failed to take that information to police.In filings ahead of the trial, McQueary’s attorneys say he has been unable to find a coaching job since he was let go by Penn State in 2012, his marriage has fallen apart and McQueary, 42, has been forced to move in with his parents as he waits to see whether he’ll be called as a witne s in the child-endangerment cases against the three formerPSU administrators: university president Graham B. Spanier, vice president Gary Schultz andathletic director Tim Curley.Meanwhile, a judge on Mondayordered another hearing in Sandusky’s petition to appealthe results of his 2012 child sex abuse trial under Pennsylvania’sPost-Conviction Collateral Relief Act,.The hearing Nov. 4, for which Sandusky will be present, will include testimony bythe man identified during Sanduskys trial as Victim 2.Sandusky, the former Penn State defensive coordinator who also ran a charity for children,was convicted on 45 of 48 counts of a sorted child sex abuse crimesandis serving a 30-60 year sentence. He maintains his innocence.According to, asof earlier this year, Penn State had paid $92 million to 32 Sandusky accusers to settle claims. Last month, the university and its insurersettled a suit over who would cover the cost of those payouts.

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