Archive for August, 2015

Swimming World Magazine: We’re Reassessing Alex Pussieldi As Brazil Correspondent

Published August 14th, 2015, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick The CEO of Swimming World magazine today told Concussion Inc. his publication was reassessing the status of its listed Brazil correspondent Alex Pussieldi, an accused Peeping Tom, abuser, and international athlete trafficker.  Two years ago Pussieldi dismantled his South Florida-based Davie Nadadores swim team as USA Swimming’s regional arm, Gold Coast Swimming, […]

With Peeping Tom Swim Coach Alex Pussieldi Still on the Loose, the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics Have a Human Sewage Problem, Too

Published August 14th, 2015, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick     There are encouraging developments in the legal fight to unseal George Gibney’s American immigration files. I’ll explain in detail as soon as I’m able. In the meantime, Brazil’s Alex Pussieldi comes back into focus here with this week’s news of an investigation by the Associated Press of the condition of […]

To End the George Gibney Misery, Good People in America Must Reach Across the Water to Good People in Ireland

Published August 10th, 2015, Uncategorized

Complete chronological links to Concussion Inc.’s series on George Gibney are at https://concussioninc.net/?p=10205.     by Irvin Muchnick   George Gibney victim and whistleblower Chalkie White — interviewed by Justine McCarthy of London’s Sunday Times — offers the latest morsel on the hunt for Gibney justice: the suspicion that he entered the United States in […]

Reprint of Sunday Times of London Article: ‘Swimmer Says Gibney Obtained Visa in Lottery’

Published August 10th, 2015, Uncategorized

Below is the full text of the article in London’s Sunday Times. It is reprinted with permission. © Times Newspapers Limited 2015 Complete chronological links to Concussion Inc.’s Gibney series are at https://concussioninc.net/?p=10205. Next here: Our analysis of the latest on Gibney.         Swimmer says Gibney “obtained visa in lottery” By Justine […]

Sunday Times of London: “Swimmer says Gibney ‘gained visa in lottery'”

Published August 8th, 2015, Uncategorized

CHALKIE WHITE, who has alleged George Gibney sexually abused him as an 11-year-old swimmer, believes the former national coach gained entry to the US with a visa he obtained in a lottery in 1988. Gibney eluded prosecution in Ireland in 1994 on 27 charges of child rape and sexual abuse and has lived in America […]