1. Scandal

    Cops: McQueary Didn’t Call Us

    STATE COLLEGE, PA - SEPTEMBER 12:  Assistant coach Mike McQueary of the Penn State Nittany Lions walks the sidelines against  the Syracuse Orangemen during the second half at Beaver Stadium  September 12, 2009 in State College, Pennsylvania. Penn State won 28-7. (Photo by Chris Gardner/Getty Images)

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    Although the grand-jury indictment against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky said ex-colleague Mike McQueary never reported Sandusky’s alleged sexual assault on a child to police, McQueary spoke out in an email this week to say that he spoke with police after stopping the assault. But State College, Pa., Police Chief Tom King said Wednesday that no one in his department had spoken with McQueary. "Absolutely not. We don't have any records of him coming to us," he said. Penn State also put out a statement Wednesday saying McQueary had never contacted police. According to The New York Times, police approached McQueary years later after finding a comment on an Internet message board suggesting he had witnessed wrongdoing in the locker room.

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