Archive for November, 2018

More Than Three Months Later, Still No Autopsy Report in the Most Recent Football Conditioning Death: Braeden Bradforth, Garden City Community College in Kansas

Published November 14th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   A week before the court hearing on Concussion Inc.’s motion, under the state Public Records Act, to daylight the University of California-Berkeley’s 141 pages of campus police reports in the 2014 Ted Agu football conditioning death, the key information on the most recent similar death remains in limbo. On August 1, […]

Berkeley Campus Police Chief Margo Bennett Has a Credibility Problem With Her Claim to the Court That Vice Chancellor’s Note About PR in the Aftermath of the Ted Agu Football Conditioning Death ‘Was Not Directed to Me’

Published November 11th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   An Alameda County Superior Court judge is about to rule on Concussion Inc.’s motion that the state Public Records Act compels release by the University of California of a 141-page binder of police reports in the wake of the 2014 Ted Agu football conditioning death. These pages have been concealed from […]

Full Text of Final Court Brief in California Public Records Act Case For 141-Page Berkeley Campus Police File on Ted Agu Football Conditioning Death

Published November 9th, 2018, Uncategorized

Below are the full texts of the brief and the supporting declaration of Irvin Muchnick in the motion before Alameda County Superior Court seeking release, under the California Public Records Act, of 141 pages of secret Berkeley campus police reports in the 2014 death of football player Ted Agu. A facsimile of the papers is […]

Final Court Brief For Secret 141-Page Berkeley Campus Police ‘Binder’: ‘Overwhelming Evidence of National Interest in Football Conditioning Deaths, Including Ted Agu’s, and University of California’s Cover-Up’

Published November 9th, 2018, Uncategorized

Sunday at Concussion Inc.: Berkeley campus police chief Margo Bennett has a credibility problem with her claim to the court that a message to her about public relations in the aftermath of the Ted Agu football conditioning death, from a senior vice chancellor, “was not directed to me.”   by Irvin Muchnick   In Concussion […]

What DJ Durkin Firing at Maryland Means For College Football Coach Accountability — And For the Search For Full Truth in 2014 Conditioning Death of University of California’s Ted Agu

Published November 1st, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   As we reported on the run late yesterday, the big news is that DJ Durkin is out as head football coach at the University of Maryland. To be sure, the rough justice in accountability for the conditioning drill death of Durkin’s player Jordan McNair earlier this year was slow and less […]