Archive for September, 2018

NEW TED AGU PAPERS: As Public Records Act Case Awaits Court Moves on 141-Page Campus Police Report in 2014 Football Death, A New Outline of Internal University of California Emails Is Revealed

Published September 21st, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Last week Concussion Inc. analyzed University of California emails that were released in August in our Public Records Act lawsuit for additional documents arising from the 2014 conditioning drill death of football player Ted Agu. Today I turn to another batch of emails — totaling nearly 400 pages — that UC […]

Case Management Report to Judge Jeffrey S. Brand: Release of UC Berkeley ‘Binder’ of Campus Police Reports in 2014 Ted Agu Football Death Focuses Public Records Act Lawsuit to Its ‘Most Salient Dispute’

Published September 18th, 2018, Uncategorized

The previous post here today reported that Concussion Inc. has asked the Alameda County Superior Court to schedule briefing on the issue of the University of California’s release to us, under the state Public Records Act, of 141 pages of reports generated by the Berkeley campus police in the aftermath of the 2014 death of […]

Concussion Inc. Asks Judge to Schedule Briefing on Release of 141 Pages of UC Berkeley Campus Police Reports in 2014 Ted Agu Football Death

Published September 18th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   In what could become the climactic phase of this reporter’s California Public Records Act (CPRA) case against the University of California for internal documents pertaining to the 2014 conditioning drill death of UC Berkeley football player Ted Agu, attorney Roy S. Gordet has asked Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey S. […]

Former Oklahoma Team Doctor Eichner: “Football ‘conditioning’ is out of control and killing our kids”

Published September 17th, 2018, Uncategorized

Last week Dr. E. Randy Eichner was a main voice in Concussion Inc.’s article analyzing how newly disclosed documents in our California Public Records Act case offer convincing evidence that Cal football player Ted Agu’s 2014 death, initially mis-attributed to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), should have been recognized immediately as exertional collapse associated with sickle cell […]

Ryan Lochte’s Father — Recently Retired Swim Coach Steven Lochte — Is a New Addition to the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s Little-Noticed ‘Interim Suspension’ List

Published September 15th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Steven Lochte, a Florida swimming coach and the father of notorious Olympic swimmer and multiple medalist Ryan Lochte, landed this week on the disciplinary records page of the U.S. Center for SafeSport. As of September 12, the senior Lochte is on “Interim Suspension” for “Allegations of Misconduct,” per the listing below, […]