Juror: Sandusky lacked emotion, confirming verdict

GENARO C. ARMAS and MARK SCOLFORO
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In this booking photo released early Saturday morning June 23, 2012 by the Centre County Correctional Facility in Bellefonte, Pa., former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is shown. Sandusky was convicted on Friday, June 22, 2012, of sexually assaulting 10 boys over 15 years Friday, accusations that had sent shock waves through the college campus known as Happy Valley and led to the firing of Penn State's beloved Hall of Fame coach, Joe Paterno.. (AP Photo/Centre County Correctional Facility)

BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) — A juror says Jerry Sandusky showed no emotion as the guilty verdict was read at his trial and the juror views that as confirmation that the verdict was the right one.

Juror Joshua Harper says the jury had some disagreements and went back over testimony to reconcile possible inconsistencies. He didn't say which charges led to disagreements.

Sandusky, a former Penn State assistant football coach, was convicted Friday on 45 of 48 child sex abuse counts.

Harper tells NBC's "Today" that Sandusky was acquitted on one charge related to the boy known as Victim 2 who was attacked in a campus shower because the eyewitness, former grad assistant Mike McQueary, did not see penetration. He says McQueary made it apparent he saw something "that was wrong and extremely sexual."