A civil trial set to begin Monday in a Pennsylvania courtroom will determine if Penn State should pay for a claim it mistreated a former assistant coach who provided key evidence used to convict child molester Jerry Sandusky.
Mike McQueary's lawsuit against the university where he played quarterback and coached alleges the school defamed him, retaliated against him and misled him into thinking his report about Sandusky would be handled properly.
He is seeking more $4 million in damages. A jury of nine women and three men was selected last week, and opening statements are scheduled for Monday morning.
McQueary testified during Sandusky's 2012 criminal trial that he...