Archive for October, 2018

Here’s the Table of Contents of the Secret 141-Page Berkeley Campus Police Ted Agu Death Report ‘Binder’ We’re Seeking in California Court

Published October 17th, 2018, Uncategorized

In the declaration accompanying our motion in Alameda County Superior Court for the University of California Regents to produce 141 pages of Berkeley campus police reports, under the Public Records Act, I stated that I had acquired “what I was informed is the text of the table of contents of the 141 pages of University of […]

Full Text of Our Court Filing Today Asking For Release of 141 Pages of Secret University of California-Berkeley Campus Police Reports on 2014 Ted Agu Football Conditioning Death

Published October 16th, 2018, Uncategorized

Concussion Inc. has asked Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey S. Brand to order the University of California to release 141 pages of Berkeley campus police reports that followed the 2014 offseason football conditioning death of Golden Bears player Ted Agu. Below are the full texts of the brief and of the declarations of Irvin […]

Concussion Inc. Asks Court to Compel Release of University of California-Berkeley’s Secret 141-Page ‘Binder’ of Campus Police Reports Following 2014 Football Conditioning Death of Ted Agu

Published October 16th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   In a motion invited by Judge Jeffrey S. Brand, I today asked the Alameda County Superior Court to order release of 141 pages of University of California-Berkeley campus police reports that were compiled in the aftermath of the February 7, 2014, death of Ted Agu of the Golden Bears football team. […]

U.S. Center for SafeSport Claims It Is Near a Decision in Sarah Ehekircher’s Complaint Against Groomer-Abuser Coach Scott MacFarland — And Against USA Swimming’s Biased and Inadequate 2010 Investigation

Published October 14th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Since last we reported on the the Alphonse-and-Gaston act that is the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s investigation — or re-investigation — of USA Swimming teenager Sarah Ehekircher’s grooming and abuse by her coach Scott MacFarland in the 1980s, there has been movement of sorts. Indeed, there may be a ruling on […]

Judge in Our Public Records Act Case For University of California Documents in the Ted Agu Football Death Warns of Sanctions If There Is ‘Any Delay’

Published October 3rd, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick     As reported earlier, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Brand has scheduled briefing and a hearing on Concussion Inc.’s motion for the University of California Regents to disclose 141 pages of Berkeley campus police reports in the aftermath of the 2014 conditioning drill death of football player Ted Agu. Brand […]