Archive for July, 2018

Public Is Getting Wise to the U.S. Center for SafeSport Scam. What Is Congress Going to Do About It?

Published July 29th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   We’ve been commenting on how the recently enacted Safe Sport Act didn’t get the job done — that is, if the job is defined as setting up an independent investigative agency for sexual abuse in Olympic youth sports programs, rather than a captive fig leaf for the U.S. Olympic Committee’s quasi-amateur, […]

Anti-Abuse Group Cancels Appearance at International Swim Coaches Association Event Because of Mark Schubert Involvement

Published July 26th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   A child safety organization that was scheduled to participate in a panel at next month’s International Swim Coaches Association (ISCA) Hall of Fame Coaches Summit backed out after a victim of coach abuse in swimming pointed out that one of the event’s featured speakers, Mark Schubert, is accused of enabling and […]

Timeline of the University of California’s Concealments and Feints Over a 141-Page Campus Police Report in 2014 on the Death of Football Player Ted Agu

Published July 25th, 2018, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY: “Concussion Inc. to Judge: Sanctions May Be Required to Stop University of California’s Stonewall Tactics in Ted Agu Football Death Public Records Case,” http://concussioninc.net/?p=13075 “Full Text of Our Reply Brief on University of California’s Arrogant Refusal to Produce a Substantive Legal Response in Public Records Act Litigation Over Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up Documents,” […]

Full Text of Our Reply Brief on University of California’s Arrogant Refusal to Produce a Substantive Legal Response in Public Records Act Litigation Over Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up Documents

Published July 24th, 2018, Uncategorized

The previous post explained the latest development in my California Public Records Act lawsuit.  Below is the full text of today’s brief by my attorney Roy Gordet, followed by Gordet’s supporting declaration. A facsimile of the brief is viewable at http://muchnick.net/cpraprivacymotionreply.pdf; the declaration is at http://muchnick.net/gordetprivacyreplydec.pdf. The opening brief of this motion was published and […]

Concussion Inc. to Judge: Court Sanctions May Be Required to Stop University of California’s Stonewall Tactics in Ted Agu Football Death Public Records Case

Published July 24th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Concussion Inc. has told an Alameda County Superior Court judge that the University of California’s delaying tactics in our California Public Records Act (CPRA) case for internal files on the 2014 death of football player Ted Agu have become so abusive that court sanctions might soon be in order. In a […]