Archive for July, 2013

Another Statement on Behalf of Utah Swim Families in Response to the University’s Greg Winslow Findings

Published July 3rd, 2013, Uncategorized

The Jones, Davis & Jackson law firm, which represents several families who were victimized in the Utah swim team scandal, gave us the following statement in response to yesterday’s university findings on how administrators handled complaints about coach Greg Winslow.   “The content and conclusions set out in the recent report (“Report”) issued by the […]

University of Utah’s ‘Modified Limited Hangout’ on Monster Swim Coach Greg Winslow

Published July 3rd, 2013, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick A dash of tearful regret by athletic director Chris Hill at a press conference … a soupçon of scapegoating of mysteriously disappeared associate athletic director Pete Oliszczak … a belated acknowledgment that the core dude should have been dismissed (though not necessarily also handcuffed and taken out of circulation) a year earlier […]

Statements by Whistleblower Swimmer Austin Fiascone And His Father Matt Fiascone on the University of Utah’s Greg Winslow Findings

Published July 3rd, 2013, Uncategorized

Austin Fiascone I’d like to start by saying I’m marginally pleased to see that the University of Utah took the bare minimum amount of responsibility for their failures. That being said, I am absolutely appalled that the University of Utah can say they have found fault with Dr. Hill’s complete lack of action but have […]

JOYCE: No Accountability For Greg Winslow at Utah, As Heads Do Not Roll

Published July 3rd, 2013, Uncategorized

The University of Utah yesterday publicly released its investigators’ findings in the allegations by swimmers and their families of years of inaction on the monstrous misbehavior of coach Greg Winslow, who was suspended in February, then quickly fired for good, after ConcussionInc. reported that he was under criminal investigation for earlier sexual abuse of a […]

Pennsylvania District Attorney Defends Detective Who Lied in 1992 About Jimmy Snuka Homicide Investigation

Published July 2nd, 2013, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick James B. Martin, the district attorney of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, today issued a one-sentence statement in response to my column yesterday at the Wrestling Observer website arguing that the credibility of the county’s renewed investigation of the 1983 death of Nancy Argentino in Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka’s motel room requires the removal from it of […]