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Full Text of Our Motion on Privacy Issues in ‘Muchnick v. UC Regents’ — Public Records Act Case For Documents Related to Ted Agu’s 2014 Cal Football Death

Published June 12th, 2018, Uncategorized

As just reported here, Concussion Inc.’s attorney Roy S. Gordet has filed a new brief leading up to the next hearing, on August 1, in our California Public Records Act lawsuit against the University of California. The full text is below and the facsimile is viewable at http://muchnick.net/cpraprivacymotion.pdf. Gordet’s supporting declaration is at http://muchnick.net/gordetprivacymotiondec.pdf. The […]

Concussion Inc. Tells Court in Public Records Act Case of University of California’s ‘Shifting Grounds for Withholding or Disclosing the Agu Documents’; Asks For Immediate Release of 141-Page Campus Police Report on 2014 Football Death

Published June 12th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Concussion Inc. has told the judge in our California Public Records Act (CPRA) lawsuit against the University of California Regents that the university is making shifting and misleading arguments to justify withholding documents. Specifically, attorney Roy S. Gordet argues in a motion filed today in Alameda County Superior Court, UC sought […]

Better Late Than Never, San Francisco Chronicle Tells Some of the Very History It Participated in Burying About the Cal Football Conditioning Program That Killed Ted Agu

Published June 10th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   With the wind-up and pitch of “news from nowhere,” the San Francisco Chronicle has taken the welcome step of ending years of failure to connect the dots between the 2014 punishment drill death of Cal football player Ted Agu and the 2013 “Code Red” beating of Fabiano Hale by teammate J.D. […]

Sleazy Emails From U.S. Center for SafeSport Expose Con of Sarah Ehekircher Before Meeting With Senior Investigator Kathleen Smith and Director of Legal Affairs Michael Henry

Published June 4th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   The travesty that was the May 24 meeting to discuss Sarah Ehekircher’s U.S. Center for SafeSport complaint against swimming coach Scott MacFarland, who had groomed and abused her beginning when she was 17, couldn’t possibly have been as grossly misleading as it was cracked up to be in Concussion Inc.’s May […]

Turns Out That Sarah Ehekircher Squared Off Against Not One But Two ‘Non-Practicing Lawyers’ — Her U.S. Center for SafeSport ‘Investigator’ As Well As the ‘Director of Legal Affairs’

Published June 3rd, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   We’ve been telling the story of the multi-layered U.S. Center for SafeSport complaint of Sarah Ehekircher, grooming-abuse victim of USA Swimming coach Scott MacFarland, and of the center’s con game in luring Ehekircher to a meeting at a Denver law office on May 24. Michael Henry, the SafeSport director of legal […]