With interest, I followed the news accounts from Friday's preliminary hearing on charges of perjury against Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, both essentially former Penn State officials.
Of particular interest was the reading of Joe Paterno's earlier testimony given to the grand jury investigating former coach Jerry Sandusky. Apparently, JoePa's testimony was not that lengthy: He was asked about what Mike McQueary told him and what he in turn told others. JoePa, though, apparently was not asked about any follow-up conversations or communications with Curley and/or Schultz.
A sometimes hypocritical media -- see the Syracuse Bernie Fine tapes -- have grilled JoePa for saying he should have been more aggressive in making sure alleged child abuser Sandusky was taken off the streets, even though Sandusky was no longer working for Paterno in 2002.
What I would still like to know, as I wrote the first weekend that this scandal broke on such a major scale, is if in fact JoePa did make additio...