Archive for October, 2015

Reprint of Sunday Times of London Article: ‘George Gibney Rape Victim Had Secret Abortion in UK’

Published October 19th, 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     Gibney rape victim “had secret abortion in UK” By Justine McCarthy 18 October 2015   A FORMER swimmer has told […]


Published October 18th, 2015, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick “A former swimmer has told gardai that a high-ranking official in the sport took her to England for an abortion after George Gibney, the national coach, raped her in 1991.” So begins today’s report in the Sunday Times of London by Justine McCarthy. The full article is subscribers-only. Pending our permission to […]

BREAKING: Significant Progress in the Two-Continent Fight to Bring Rapist Irish Olympic Swim Coach George Gibney to Justice

Published October 16th, 2015, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Oireachtas Deputy (Irish Parliament member) Maureen O’Sullivan has told Concussion Inc. that important new legal research buttresses the efforts there to get the director of public prosecutions (D.P.P.) to reopen proceedings against George Gibney — the former Irish national swim teach coach who is named in literally dozens of allegations of […]

Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer: Jimmy Snuka Murder Story Exposes ESPN ‘News’ Brand in Their Deal With WWE

Published October 15th, 2015, Uncategorized

This is reprinted with permission from the October 19 issue of Dave Meltzer’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The subscribers-only link to the full issue is     “WWE made a deal with ESPN where SportsCenter will do a weekly segment covering WWE news and interviewing a character. Jonathan Coachman handles the segment. The first segment […]

Why the Allentown Morning Call Is Part of the Jimmy Snuka Murder Story — In a Bad Way

Published October 14th, 2015, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick I have twice emailed Adam Clark, former Allentown Morning Call reporter, with key new questions about the newspaper’s 2013 “cold case” package on the 1983 Jimmy Snuka-Nancy Argentino incident. Clark co-authored the piece with Kevin Amerman, now city editor of the Wilkes-Barre Citizen’s Voice. Clark is now with the Newark Star-Ledger. Clark, […]