Archive for April, 2018

Irish Media Coverage of George Gibney Complaint to U.S. Center for SafeSport and Appeal to Congresswoman DeGette

Published April 30th, 2018, Uncategorized

“Gibney’s Victims Have Been Waiting A Very Long Time”   PREVIOUSLY:   GEORGE GIBNEY FOIA SUIT SETTLES AS GOVERNMENT ADMITS DECISION NOT TO DEPORT IRISH OLYMPIC SWIM COACH AFTER DENYING U.S. CITIZENSHIP — PLUS OTHER NEW INFO Published December 12th, 2017 Irish Legislator Maureen O’Sullivan Guest Column: ‘My Concern Is For Victims of Abuse […]

Flashback: Trump’s Russia Ties Included Promoting MMA Great Fedor Emelianenko

Published April 29th, 2018, Uncategorized

The reprint below is occasioned by the news that FBI agents have been interviewing Fedor Emelianenko and his entourage.     Trump’s Russia Ties Included Promoting MMA Great Fedor Emelianenko Published February 19th, 2017 by Irvin Muchnick   The New York Times has added still only intriguing, but crucial, details to the galloping scandal of Donald Trump’s […]

Cal Finally Readies Release of ‘Do-Over’ Report on Football Strength and Conditioning Program That Killed Ted Agu in 2014

Published April 27th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   One of the key public refrains of any story of institutional cover-up is, “Remember x?” In this case, x is the University of California-Berkeley’s new-and-improved review of the football team’s strength and conditioning program following the 2014 death of player Ted Agu — which resulted in a $4.75 million settlement of […]

Judge Sets ‘Framework’ For Listing Documents in California Public Records Act Lawsuit For UC Berkeley Administrators’ Documents Relating to 2014 Ted Agu Football Death

Published April 26th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   For now, the University of California Regents do not have to produce a listing of the documents related to the 2014 death of Cal football player Ted Agu that are being withheld from Concussion Inc. in our California Public Records Act (CPRA) lawsuit. However, at a hearing today, Alameda County Superior […]

Irish Politician Maureen O’Sullivan Files For U.S. Center For SafeSport Investigation of George Gibney and Seeks Support of Congresswoman Diana DeGette of Colorado

Published April 26th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Maureen O’Sullivan, the Irish legislator who has spearheaded the campaign for the extradition and trial of George Gibney, the most notorious at-large sex criminal in global sports, today told Concussion Inc. she has taken two additional steps previously mentioned in our coverage of the American side of the campaign. The first […]