Sandusky Trial: Why Jerry Sandusky Didn't Take the Stand

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"(He) described that he heard sexual sounds. I said, 'Mike, what do you mean?' and he said 'sexual sounds, you know what I mean.' I said, 'No, Mike, what do you mean?' And he got upset, so I left that. He said he looked at the shower and a young boy looked around and he made eye contact with the boy, and I asked whether boy looked upset or frightened , and he said no."

McQueary testified on behalf of the prosecution last week that he did not see a sexual act but, because of the close proximity of Sandusky to the boy and the slapping sounds, believed he walked in on anal rape.

The defense has tried to cast doubt on McQueary as a witness, showing that his testimony to the grand jury that he witnessed rape was different from his testimony and statements on other occasions.

McQueary also testified last Tuesday that after the incident, he avoided Sandusky in the locker room and outside of Penn State, and never played in another charity golf tournament held by Sandusky's charity The Second Mile.

A Second Mile staff member appeared in court today with a letter from the Second Mile addressed to McQueary, thanking him for his participation in a 2003 golf outing. His name was also on a list of players from the fall 2001 golf outing, which took place at least six months after the incident in the locker room.

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