Archive for November, 2016

Whitewash 2.0: Cal Rolls Out Fresh-Scrubbed ‘Independent Review’ of Football Conditioning Program Where Assault and Death Occurred

Published November 9th, 2016, Uncategorized

Concussion Inc.’s ebook THE TED AGU PAPERS: A Black Life That Mattered — And the Secret History of a Covered-Up Death in University of California Football is available on Kindle-friendly devices at One hundred percent of royalties are being donated to sickle cell trait research and education.   by Irvin Muchnick   In a […]

Reprint of Sunday Times of London Article: ‘Gibney Papers Set to Be Released’

Published November 6th, 2016, Uncategorized

Below is the full text of the article in London’s Sunday Times. It is reprinted with permission. © Times Newspapers Limited 2016 Complete chronological links to Concussion Inc.’s Gibney series are at   Gibney papers set to be released By Justine McCarthy 6 November 2016 A federal judge in California has said the US […]

Irish-American News Site IrishCentral Reproduces SF Chronicle Coverage Under Headline “Judge demands US authorities explain why they let in alleged Irish pedophile George Gibney”

Published November 6th, 2016, Uncategorized Complete headline links to our series on George Gibney are at

“Gibney papers set to be released” — Sunday Times of London

Published November 5th, 2016, Uncategorized

“A federal judge in California has said the US Department of Homeland Security should reveal what it knew about George Gibney’s alleged sexual abuse of minors when it issued a visa to Ireland’s former national swim coach. Charles Breyer, a judge in San Francisco District Court, said he would compel the department to release specific […]

Two Key Takeaways From Judge Breyer’s Ruling on Release of George Gibney’s U.S. Immigration Records

Published November 4th, 2016, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Yesterday we published U.S. District Court Senior Judge Charles R. Breyer’s full opinion in the Freedom of Information Act case Muchnick v. Department of Homeland Security, both in facsimile form ( and as full text ( The ball is in the federal government’s court on how to comply with this “tentative” […]