Archive for April, 2014

Alex Pussieldi Accuser Asks USA Swimming: What About the Anti-Retaliation Rule? Swimming’s Answer: None … In More Than a Year

Published April 4th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   As we’ve been chronicling, a Florida swimming parent couple, J.P. and Carolyn Cote, have been trying for almost a year and a half to get USA Swimming to deal seriously with their complaint that they saw Alex Pussieldi inappropriately touching an early teen or preteen boy swimmer on deck at a […]

FBI Miami Office Contacts Concussion Inc. – Still Awaiting Explanation Why 2008 Investigation of Alex Pussieldi Associate Robert Caragol Dead-Ended With ‘Internet Crimes Against Children’

Published April 4th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Concussion Inc. got a peculiar email yesterday from James Marshall, public affairs specialist for the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Miami division, and media coordinator Michael Leverock. “I understand you may be looking for information about a South Florida FBI investigation,” Marshall wrote. “… I’ll see what I can do.” The FBI didn’t say, […]

Another Alex Pussieldi Witness Ponders Concussion Inc.’s Call For More Information

Published April 4th, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   The taboo on talking about the damage Alex Pussieldi has done to the swimming community of South Florida over the last decade and a half is over. With our publication two months ago of a suppressed USA Swimming report of a swimmer with unrefuted claims that Pussieldi had secretly videotaped him in […]

Why Did FBI Not Explore Alex Pussieldi Connections While Busting Pine Crest School Swim Coach Roberto Caragol?

Published April 1st, 2014, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick and Tim Joyce   Yesterday the Fort Lauderdale police told us that they did not participate in the 2008 arrest of Roberto Caragol, a swim coach at Pine Crest School and a close associate there of Alex Pussieldi. Caragol admitted to keeping child pornography on his computer and to sex with underage […]