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Jerry Sandusky Trial: Jonathan Dranov Recounts Mike McQueary Description Of Shower Incident

On Wednesday, Dr. Jonathan Dranov testified that Mike McQueary did not tell him specifically that he saw an actual sexual encounter between Sandusky and one of the alleged victims in the shower incident. Dranov added that he did encourage McQueary to report the incident to Penn State head coach Joe Paterno, according to a report from StateCollege.com.

Dranov, described as a "long-time family friend" of the McQuearys, recounted in his testimony that McQueary told him about hearing "sexual sounds" coming from the showers. McQueary also said, according to the Dranov's testimony, that he saw a young boy look out of the showers before being pulled back in by an adult, and later saw Sandusky.

"He said he heard what he described as sexual sounds. I said, 'What do you mean, Michael?' He couldn't go on, he got more upset," Dranov said.

"Each time, he would go back to the sounds, and I would say, 'What did you see?' And he would go back to the sounds."

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