Penn State ex-president Graham Spanier, former athletic director Tim Curley and former vice president Gary Schultz have been bound for court on the charges against them in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.
Dauphin County Judge William Wenner found enough evidence to warrant a trial for three after a two-day preliminary hearing in Harrisburg.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary testified as part of the hearing that Curley and Schultz knew what was going on...
Here's the update after his testimony...
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Spanier's grand jury testimony during the Sandusky trial was read in open court in the morning session where it was disclosed that, according to Pennlive's Charles Thompson:
Prosecutors alleged that Spanier lied when:
He told the grand jury investigating former Penn State football assistant Jerry Sandusky that he never understood the 2001 incident to involve the abuse of a child.
He told the same panel that he was never made aware of any prior accusations against Sandusky. Records show Spanier was copied on at least some of the updates between Schultz and Curley on that case.
Schultz and Curley are already charged with perjury and the prosecution has to prove the statements were false to get a conviction to stick.