Archive for April, 2013

Utah Mailbag: ‘What Was Hope a Month Ago Is Turning to Despair’

Published April 24th, 2013, Uncategorized

From a parent of a victim of Greg Winslow’s (non-sexual) abuse at the University of Utah: “I am fearful that Arizona will not be charging Greg Winslow the longer this drags out. And … I know families that have NOT been contacted by investigator Michael Glazier and company. I think there are some families they […]

John Kass, Chicago Tribune: ‘Football Is As Dead as the Marlboro Man’

Published April 24th, 2013, Uncategorized

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/columnists/ct-met-kass-0424-20130424,0,5660156.column Money quote: [I]t’s not the lawyers who are the death of football. Blaming lawyers misses the point. Like their counterparts in nature, lawyers are merely the cleanup crew. What finishes football are the parents of future football players. The NFL desperately needs American parents. Not as fans, but as suppliers of young flesh. The […]

Are the University of Utah and the Arizona Prosecutor Running Out the Clock on Greg Winslow Scandals?

Published April 23rd, 2013, Uncategorized

Collaborator Tim Joyce and I know that some witnesses in the University of Utah’s “investigation of the investigation” of deposed abusive swim coach Greg Winslow, and the cover-up of same, still have not been contacted by the Utes’ panel of insider heavy hitters and imported NCAA fixers. Others have had interviews scheduled … next month! […]

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Published April 23rd, 2013, Uncategorized

This post has been deleted, consistent with a July 15, 2013, consent order in U.S. District Court in Maryland. The full text of the consent order is viewable at https://concussioninc.net/?p=7823. For new developments, follow Concussion Inc.’s coverage on July 15, 2013, and thereafter.

Questions About USA Swimming National Board of Review Chair Jill Chasson Go Deeper Than Her Marriage to Sun Devil Aquatics Owner Mike Chasson

Published April 22nd, 2013, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Last week I received solid information that North Baltimore Aquatic Club teenage swimmer Jill Johnson had an openly known relationship in the 1980s with one of her NBAC coaches, John Cadigan. The decision on whether it would be appropriate to publish this information was problematic. Obviously, I decided in the affirmative. […]