State involving Jerry Sandusky and a young boy.
Dr. Jonathon Dranov was at the McQueary home on a on a February night 2001. McQueary had gone there to talk to his father, John McQueary.
Dr. Dranov told the jury:
Dranov: Mike was shaking and was very upset. He couldn't go on about what he saw. He said he heard sexual sounds coming out of the shower.
Defense lawyer: Did he ever say he saw a sex act?
Dranov: No, but his voice was trembling. He did not give any graphic descriptions.
Another defense witness, Henry Lesh, who ran golf fundraisers for the Second Mile charity testified that McQueary took part in at least two charity events, one in 2003 another in June of 2001, helping Sandusky's charity even after the alleged shower incident at the Penn State football shower.
The defense rested without calling Jerry Sandusky and that stunned many who came to court to watch the trial hoping to hear from Sandusky himself.
"I did want to hear him but I also know I don't know that he had anything to say that would make a difference in the boys lives," said Vanessa Myers of Milesburg.
"I was very upset I think he should have testified I thought that from the beginning," said Tamatha McWilliams of State College.