Archive for January, 2014

Prosecutor ‘Defers’ Charges in Cal Football Attack — Here’s His Full Statement to Concussion Inc.

Published January 31st, 2014, Uncategorized

Statement by Paul Hora, assistant district attorney, Alameda County: I will defer the filing of criminal charges at this time. I have up to one year to file misdemeanor charges and 3 years to file felony charges.  The University and Football program have imposed a number of sanctions and rehabilitative measures on the suspect that […]

‘Irv Muchnick Looks at the Grand Jury Looking at the Snuka Case’ (full text from WrestlingObserver.com)

Published January 31st, 2014, Uncategorized

The essay below was published Wednesday at http://www.f4wonline.com/more/more-top-stories/96-wwe/35192-irv-muchnick-looks-at-the-grand-jury-looking-at-the-snuka-case. My piece, “What might happen (probably should happen) in grand jury homicide investigation of Jimmy Snuka,” is scheduled to be published Monday at the wrestling news site SLAM! Wrestling (http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/).   By Irvin Muchnick The district attorney of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, is calling the Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka case […]

YMCA Aspect of Dustin Perry USA Swimming Abuse Scandals

Published January 30th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick and Tim Joyce   Previously, Concussion Inc. has reported that USA Swimming learned, no latter than during its initial National Board of Review investigation of Dustin Perry in 2002-03, that Perry had been fired by an Oklahoma City area YMCA in 1998. We now know that, at some point following his 18-month […]

Complete Chronological Links to Concussion Inc.’s Coverage of the 1983 Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka Homicide Investigation

Published January 30th, 2014, Uncategorized

Author Muchnick and Nancy Argentino Family to Publish Ebook, “JUSTICE DENIED,” on 30th Anniversary of Jimmy Snuka Incident — Benefit For My Sisters’ Place Women’s Shelter Published April 25th, 2013 *** So Far, WWE Is No-Commenting the Revival of the Jimmy Snuka-Nancy Argentino Story Published May 3rd, 2013 *** Preview of Ebook on Nancy Argentino […]

Katherine Starr of Safe4Athletes: ‘ExecDir of USA Swimming Allowed Unsafe Culture to Thrive’

Published January 29th, 2014, Uncategorized

“It’s well past time for the Executive Director of USA Swimming to take responsibility for allowing this unsafe culture to thrive.  A new leadership team is required, one that empowers every local club to   break up the power dynamic at the local level. Without enforcement and code of conduct mechanisms in place like that […]