Jerry Sandusky Trial: Mike McQueary Describes Intense Abuse Scene

Day 2 of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial concluded early after testimony by former Penn State assistant Mike McQueary, who passed along to former head coach Joe Paterno an eyewitness account of Sandusky allegedly abusing a boy in the Nittany Lions' locker room in 2001. McQueary described the incident to the court Tuesday in very graphic detail, saying he slammed a locker door to try and break up the act before going upstairs to collect his thoughts.

McQueary was criticized early in the Sandusky story for apparently failing to stop the act and instead calling his father and Paterno, though he's maintained that he did cause it to halt. McQueary testified Tuesday that his father told him to leave the building immediately, which he did.

Earlier in the day, "Victim 1" broke down while describing the alleged abuse perpetrated by Sandusky.

Also, a social worker testified that Sandusky admitted to her that he'd had intimate contact with a boy, but that he "couldn't recall" whether he'd ever touched him sexually.

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