McQueary Files For More Subpoenas
Former Penn State coach Mike McQueary filed new court documents Wednesday asking that six more subpoenas be issued as part of his lawsuit against Penn State.
Three of those subpoenas are for witnesses while the other three are for the production of documents or other items related to the discovery process.
The court documents did not specify who the subpoenas were to be issued to.
On Oct. 4, McQueary filed documents demanding 10 subpoenas to produce documents and discovery material.
McQueary,a former Penn State assistant football coach, has claimed he was fired from the university because of his testimony in the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse case.
McQueary testified former Penn State defensive coordinator's trial that he saw Sandusky in a football locker room shower with a young boy in 2001. Penn State has said that McQueary's contract was not renewed and it had nothing to do with the Sandusky testimony.
McQueary is suing the university for $4 million in compensation for what he considers irreparable damage to his reputation.