Archive for January, 2015

Our Complete Series Resetting the Federal Investigations of USA Swimming in 2015

Published January 15th, 2015, Uncategorized

“How the USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Scandals Became a Federal Case” https://concussioninc.net/?p=9762   ***   “Congressman Asks FBI to ‘Fully Investigate USA Swimming’s Handling of Child Sexual Abuse” https://concussioninc.net/?p=9765   ***   “Does Outside Magazine’s USA Swimming Sex Abuse Article Mean Real Accountability Is at Hand?” https://concussioninc.net/?p=9767   ***   “Muchnick-Joyce Interview With Outside Magazine” […]

2015 Reset: Congresswoman Jackie Speier Takes Over on Sports Sex Abuse Issue

Published January 15th, 2015, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY IN THIS SERIES: “How the USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Scandals Became a Federal Case” “Congressman Asks FBI to ‘Fully Investigate USA Swimming’s Handling of Child Sexual Abuse’” “Does Outside Magazine’s USA Swimming Sex Abuse Article Mean Real Accountability Is at Hand?” “Muchnick-Joyce Interview With Outside Magazine” “Topical Guide to Concussion Inc.’s Coverage” “Senator Dianne […]

2015 Reset: Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Interest in USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Investigations

Published January 14th, 2015, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY IN THIS SERIES: “How the USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Scandals Became a Federal Case” “Congressman Asks FBI to ‘Fully Investigate USA Swimming’s Handling of Child Sexual Abuse’” “Does Outside Magazine’s USA Swimming Sex Abuse Article Mean Real Accountability Is at Hand?” “Muchnick-Joyce Interview With Outside Magazine”   “Topical Guide to Concussion Inc.’s Coverage”   […]

In the Randy Smith Case, USA Swimming Delivers Yet Another Non-Resolution – Further Proof That Congressional Intervention Is Needed

Published January 13th, 2015, Uncategorized

The Western Massachusetts news media are reporting that Randy Smith, the coach accused of molesting teen swimmer Anna Strzempko – both in statements to Congressional investigators and in Outside magazine writer Rachel Sturtz’s recent article on the burgeoning USA Swimming sexual abuse scandals – was not banned by swimming’s National Board of Review. At the […]

2015 Reset: Topical Guide to Concussion Inc.’s Coverage of USA Swimming Sex Abuse Scandals

Published January 12th, 2015, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY IN THIS SERIES: “How the USA Swimming Sexual Abuse Scandals Became a Federal Case” “Congressman Asks FBI to ‘Fully Investigate USA Swimming’s Handling of Child Sexual Abuse’” “Does Outside Magazine’s USA Swimming Sex Abuse Article Mean Real Accountability Is at Hand?” “Muchnick-Joyce Interview With Outside Magazine” Next: Topical guide to Concussion Inc.’s coverage of […]