Penn State Fights Sandusky Whistleblower Lawsuit

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    Penn State representatives are asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit brought by the man who brought the case against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky into the public eye.

    FOX News Radio’s Chris Foster reports:

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    Penn State lawyers say embarrassment is not enough to sue.  The defamation suit filed by Mike McQueary, another coach who helped convict Jerry Sandusky, testifying he saw him in a locker room shower with a boy.

    He wants millions of dollars, saying the school made him a scapegoat after Sandusky’s arrest, placing him on administrative leave and later not renewing his contract. ┬áThe university argues his suit fails to prove the school ever questioned McQueary’s character.

    Chris Foster, FOX News Radio.