Archive for December, 2017

Shout-Out to Tamara Holder, Ex of Fox News — For Helping Give the George Gibney Story Legs and For Speaking Out About Her Own Tale of Horror at Rupert Murdoch’s Network

Published December 17th, 2017, Uncategorized

Follow @irvmuch on Twitter. 1/4 Watch the powerful interview today of ex-Fox News contributor @tamaraholder on CNN with @brianstelter. Rebutting Rupert Murdoch’s denial of a sexual assault/harassment problem at Fox. 2/4 RT @ReliableSources “There’s so many women who are hurting. We just want to work,” says former Fox News contributor @tamaraholder, who settled with the […]

After George Gibney FOIA Win, Justice in the Many Criminal Cases of the Rapist Irish Olympic Swim Coach Now Rests Primarily With Action by the Americans

Published December 17th, 2017, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   On Thursday the U.S. government released to me the additional production of George Gibney immigration records provided for in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals settlement of my Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, Muchnick v. Department of Homeland Security. Last night we rushed up the first major-media hit from this new […]

“Swimmer ‘was to expose Gibney'” — Sunday Times of London

Published December 16th, 2017, Uncategorized

“New information released in America shows that the alleged paedophile swimming coach George Gibney obtained a US visa after becoming aware that his star swimmer, Gary O’Toole, was about to expose his crimes. Gibney’s immigration file, released by the Department of Homeland Security to California-based journalist Irvin Muchnick, shows Ireland’s former national coach was issued […]

Full Text of Aaron Rogan’s Two-Part Coverage For London’s Times — Bringing Us to the Brink of Breakthrough on George Gibney Justice

Published December 15th, 2017, Uncategorized

Below is the full text of two articles this week in the Times of London, Ireland Edition. They are reprinted with permission. © Times Newspapers Limited 2017 The second story, published today, follows yesterday’s exchange on the floor of  Dáil Éireann between Maureen O’Sullivan, representative from Dublin Central, and the Tánaiste (deputy prime minister), Simon […]

Times of London, Ireland Edition: “Government is ready to take action in Gibney case'”

Published December 14th, 2017, Uncategorized

“Simon Coveney has said that the government will act if possible on new information to be released about George Gibney, who allegedly sexually assaulted and raped 27 young swimmers in his care. The Times reported this week that newly released files about the United States’ refusal to grant citizenship to the former Irish Olympic swimming coach […]