Archive for August, 2014

Is WWE Taking Care of Brain-Injured Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat?

Published August 13th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   In what is somewhere between a hot story and a tempest in a teapot, confusion surrounds the current WWE role of the legendary Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat. Regardless of where it fits on the spectrum, I think it bears close watching. His continuing gainful employment and benefits go to the issue […]

Summer 2013 Flashback: USA Swimming’s Big-Money PR Campaign to Combat ‘Perceptions’ and Ward Off Congressional Investigations

Published August 8th, 2014, Uncategorized

Summer 2013 Flashback: USA Swimming’s Big-Money PR Campaign to Combat ‘Perceptions’ and Ward Off Congressional Investigations Published June 24th, 2014 EXCLUSIVE: Internal USA Swimming Memo Exposes Plan for New PR Strategy to Combat Negative ‘Perceptions’ of Safe Sport Program Published August 2nd, 2013 ***** Read USA Swimming’s Shocking Internal Memo — Reducing Sex Abuse to […]

June 11 Flashback: ‘With New Public Petition Calling For Congress and Chuck Wielgus Prosecution, USA Swimming’s Sex Abuse Victims Keep USOC From Changing the Subject’

Published August 8th, 2014, Uncategorized

NEXT — Summer 2013 flashback: “USA Swimming’s Big-Money PR Campaign to Combat ‘Perceptions’ and Ward Off Congressional Investigations”   With New Public Petition Calling for Congress and Chuck Wielgus Prosecution, USA Swimming’s Sex Abuse Victims Keep USOC From Changing the Subject Published June 11th, 2014 by Irvin Muchnick and Tim Joyce  Along with the other […]

Court Ruling Seems Near in Dispute Over Public Records on Alex Pussieldi

Published August 8th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   On June 30 I reported that Broward County Circuit Court Judge John B. Bowman was reviewing the Fort Lauderdale city records on Alex Pussieldi that I claimed had been excessively redacted under Florida public records law. A month and half later, the case appears closer to resolution. On July 14, Judge […]