Former Penn St. Nittany Lions athletic director Tim Curley had testimony read into court records Friday. He's the AD who was arrested and charged with perjury for his role, or lack thereof, in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse investigation.
Curley testified that, from what then-graduate assistant Mike McQueary told him Sandusky had done, he didn't think a crime had occurred. He said McQueary described the shower encounter as "horsing around" with a child and not "anal intercourse." The decision not to call police was his own, Curley said.
He also said he was contacted by Joe Paterno on Sunday following the allegation, but Paterno testified that he didn't contact Curley until the weekend was over. Curley said he and then-vice president Gary Schultz visited Paterno's house that Sunday.
After being told by Paterno and McQueary about the GA's claim, Curley said he and Schultz met with then-president Graham Spanier. Curley said he told Sandusky he was uncomfortable with the situation, but that he didn't keep him from bringing children onto Penn State's campus.
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