Back in 2002 Mike McQueary, then a 28-year-old graduate assistant, said he saw Sandusky assaulting a boy in the showers at Penn State University's, Lasch Football Building.
But he claims that he told the recently retired head coach Joe Paterno, who in turn informed athletics director Tim Curley, but the incident was never reported to law or child-protection authorities.
Why the wide receiver coach didn't see fit to call the cops himself is unknown, but unlike other officials, he has somehow managed to keep his job.
But after receiving death threats, University officials confirmed that he will not attend the next game against Nebraska.
As we reported here Sandusky, who was described as a "Sexual Predator" by attorney general Linda Kelly.
He allegedly abused eight underprivileged boys, who he met through his Second Mile Organization, after plying them with gifts and showing them around the stadium.
But as we reported here cops now believe the number of victims my be at least 20, after more people came forward when the scandal broke.
Sandusky's attorney Joseph Amendola disputes the 23-page grand jury summary, which includes graphic testimony, and has claimed his client is being unfairly tried in the court of public opinion.
He added that Sandusky is ‘destroyed’ by the sacking of 84-year-old Paterno, who had been Penn State’s record-winning head coach for 45 years.
But University Governor Tom Corbett told reporters that he supported the board of trustees' decision to oust the beloved Paterno and President Graham Spanier because they didn't do enough to alert law enforcement authorities.