New Judge For Sandusky Case

A new judge was assigned to Jerry Sandusky's case, after news that the previous judge was a voluneer at the former coach's charity. Meanwhile, David Joyner, a member of Penn State’s board of trustees, will take over the school’s athletic program as acting director. Joyner, who has served on the board for more than a decade, takes over for Mark Sherburne, who in turn took over for Tim Curley, who stepped down after being charged with perjury for failing to report a child-rape accusation against Sandusky. As a student at Penn State, Joyner wrestled and played football for the Nittany Lions. Meanwhile, former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary, who has come under fire for failing to stop Sandusky’s alleged rape of a 10-year-old boy, seemingly contradicted his grand-jury testimony when he told a friend in an email that he did in fact tell the police about the incident.