Penn State officials Tim Curley and Gary Schultz arrived at court Friday morning in Harrisburg facing perjury charges connected to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.
The former Penn State athletic director and vice president are accused of lying to the grand jury, telling them Mike McQueary did not inform them he witnessed Sandusky having sex with a 10-year-old boy in a Penn State locker room shower in 2002.
McQueary appeared calm on the stand as he described in graphic detail what he saw and heard in the locker room that day. He told prosecutors he first heard noises coming from the shower. He looked in a mirror and saw Sandusky behind the boy. He then went on to tell the court, "I believe Jerry was sexually molesting him and having sexual intercourse with him."
His testimony is also being contradicted by another grand jury witness, a family friend who says on the night of the alleged abuse, McQueary told him he only heard noises.
The now assistant football coach also told prosecutors he was shocked and distraught at what he saw and left the locker room and called his father for advice.
After going home to talk with his father, McQueary says his next call was to Penn State head football coach Joe Paterno and went to his home to tell him he saw Sandusky in a sex act with a child.
McQueary also said nearly ten days later he was contacted by Curley, who asked to talk to him with Schultz.
The damaging testimony came just days after Sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing where he faces 50 counts of sexual abuse charges involving 10 alleged victims from his charity, The Second Mile.