Archive for September, 2018

See It Now — Full Transcripts of the Depositions Showing That University of California Football Team Doc Casey Batten Misled the Alameda County Coroner on the Cause of the 2014 Death of Ted Agu

Published September 13th, 2018, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY:   NEW TED AGU PAPERS: Background of University of California Team Doctor’s Deception of Coroner in 2014 Football Death Is Revealed in Internal Emails Published September 11th, 2018 Cal Football Doc Casey Batten Spun, Lobbied, Misled Coroner in Ted Agu Death. Only Question Is: Did Batten Do This on His Own? Published September 12th, […]

Cal Football Doc Casey Batten Spun, Lobbied, Misled Coroner in Ted Agu Death. Only Question Is: Did Batten Do This on His Own?

Published September 12th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   Yesterday Concussion Inc. reported on how internal emails disclosed in our California Public Records Act lawsuit show the nervousness of University of California-Berkeley officials over questions about the sickle cell trait (SCT) status of football player Ted Agu, who had just collapsed and died in 2014 during an extreme offseason conditioning […]

Tweeting the Current Essentials of the Story of the 2014 Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up at the University of California-Berkeley

Published September 11th, 2018, Uncategorized

Follow @irvmuch on Twitter.   NEW TED AGU PAPERS: Background of University of California team doctor’s deception of coroner in 2014 football death is revealed in internal emails … https://concussioninc.net/?p=13231  At the very moment when UC Berkeley football doc Casey Batten was misleading the coroner on the cause of Ted Agu’s death, the university was […]

NEW TED AGU PAPERS: Background of University of California Team Doctor’s Deception of Coroner in 2014 Football Death Is Revealed in Internal Emails

Published September 11th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick   At the very moment in 2014 when the University of California-Berkeley was privately misleading the Alameda County medical examiner on the cause of the extreme conditioning drill death of football player Ted Agu — who suffered an exertional collapse associated with the sickle cell trait — officials under then athletic director […]