I did a search, and didn't see this on the board anywhere.
Mike McQueary, the primary whistleblower in the scandal with Sandusky and the football team at Penn State, made additional revelations in a recent article at ESPN.
- Mike McQueary shared that he himself was sexually abused as a boy. Details about how and when and where and who did not come out. He revealed this info with about a dozen Nittany Lions players on the team at the time the scandal came out.
- McQueary also shared with these players that he did indeed try to stop the abuse when he came upon Sandusky by slamming locker doors.
EDIT: (I failed to include this in my original post.) McQueary also was deliberate in going to those in authority about Sandusky (i.e., Paterno.) If I understand correctly, McQueary clearly believes that Paterno did not respond appropriately, although McQueary loves and doesn't exactly blame Paterno. I suppose that is one of the things that will come out when he takes the stand.
McQueary is in limbo until the case is resolved. No college will touch him or hire him as a coach. His career was in essence completely ruined. With no job and source of income, he is living at home and sleeping in his childhood bedroom.
Sad, sad, case, and these revelations shed a bit more light on what happened, and also give a sense of his motivation in not covering things up, but seeing that Sandusky was exposed.