Archive for October, 2014

‘The NFL Concussion Settlement Is Pure Evil’

Published October 29th, 2014, Uncategorized

A thorough and powerful heads-up tackle by the brilliant Patrick Hruby, now with Vice Sports: https://sports.vice.com/article/the-nfl-concussion-settlement-is-pure-evil   Irvin Muchnick’s CONCUSSION INC: The End of Football As We Know It will be published shortly by ECW Press. View the front and back cover images here.

Cover of Forthcoming ‘Concussion Inc.: The End of Football As We Know It’

Published October 28th, 2014, Uncategorized

“As fans, do we just sit around and wait until, say,Tom Brady murders his family and himself on the 50-yard line on national television? (Of course, it doesn’t count if it’s 10 years after he retires.)”   This compilation from Muchnick’s no-holds-barred investigative website reveals the complete head injury story as it developed. Read about […]

WWE Wrestler’s New Concussion Lawsuit Recalls Company’s NFL Link and Its Own Corporate and Individual Lies

Published October 28th, 2014, Uncategorized

CONCUSSION INC: The End of Football As We Know It will be published shortly by ECW Press. View the front and back cover images here.     by Irvin Muchnick    For basic coverage of former WWE wrestler Billy Jack Haynes’ class action lawsuit against the company for alleged concealment from the talent of known traumatic […]

San Jose Mercury News Management Investigating Reporter Elliott Almond’s Twitter Smear of Muchnick Regarding USA Swimming Story

Published October 26th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick    An executive at the Bay Area News Group, corporate parent of the San Jose Mercury News, last night told Concussion Inc. he was investigating a smear of this reporter on Twitter by the Mercury News writer I had criticized for the one-sided incompleteness of his story on federal investigations of USA Swimming. […]

Flashback: How the USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Scandals Became a Federal Case

Published October 26th, 2014, Uncategorized

How the USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Scandals Became a Federal Case Published October 7th, 2014 by Irvin Muchnick and Tim Joyce   Sarah Burt was an outstanding student and competitive swimmer who loved teaching younger kids to swim. But on June 29, 2010, she drove her car to a busy intersection in rural Illinois, 20 […]