‘Abuser coach Gibney denied US citizenship’ — Sunday Times of London

Published November 4th, 2017, Uncategorized

“George Gibney, the former Irish national swimming coach who fled to America 22 years ago after eluding trial for allegedly raping and molesting under-age swimmers, was refused US citizenship in 2010.

The revelation was made by Charles R Breyer, a senior federal judge, during a Freedom of Information law case taken by Irvin Muchnick, an investigative journalist, who is seeking to obtain Gibney’s immigration file from the Department of Homeland Security.

Breyer, who viewed Gibney’s file in camera, said during a hearing of the case that the Dubliner, now living in Florida, ‘was not granted citizenship or permanent residency’ when he applied to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services seven years ago.”

 

The above is the lead passage of an article in the Sunday Times of London by Justine McCarthy.

It follows the publication earlier today at Concussion Inc. of “George Gibney’s 2010 Application for American Citizenship Was Rejected, With No Other Consequences, Federal Judge Said,” http://concussioninc.net/?p=12269.

The full Sunday Times story is behind a registration wall at https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/abuser-coach-gibney-denied-us-citizenship-jq5bjkx86. As we have done in the past, Concussion Inc. is seeking permission from the newspaper to publish the full text here.

 

Chronological links to our series, which began January 27, 2015, under the headline “Why Is George Gibney — No. 1 At-Large Pedophile in Global Sports — Living in Florida? And Who Sponsored His Green Card?”: http://concussioninc.net/?p=10942