Penn St. faces whistle-blower lawsuit
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The Penn State football assistant whose report of Jerry Sandusky allegedly attacking a child in the showers led to Joe Paterno's firing said in a court filing Tuesday that he is suing the school.
The "writ of summons" filed by Mike McQueary's lawyer described it as a whistle-blower case, but the brief document was not accompanied by a full complaint that would lay out the allegations.
The filing was first reported by the Centre Daily Times on its website.
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