Archive for November, 2019

Never Mind — Judge Brand Is Still the Assigned Judge in Our California Public Records Act Case; Hearing of Our Motion For UC Berkeley’s Ted Agu Football Death PR-Related Emails to Be Heard in Oakland Next Week

Published November 29th, 2019, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick Contrary to our previous item, our California Public Records Act case has not been assigned to a new judge. Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey S. Brand is still the one. This enhances the likelihood that there will be a ruling next week on our motion challenging the University of California Regents’ […]

We’ve Been Assigned Our Third Judge in Three Years in the California Public Records Act Litigation For UC Berkeley’s Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up Documents

Published November 27th, 2019, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick The Alameda County Superior Court is scheduled to rule next month on our motion for the internal public relations strategy memos in the 2014 Ted Agu football conditioning death cover-up that Solly Fulp, then the deputy athletic director at the University of California-Berkeley, sent, for no known reason, to his father Ian […]

Concussion Inc. to Court: University of California’s Evidentiary Challenges to Our Public Records Act Case Motion on Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up Are ‘Harassing’

Published November 24th, 2019, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick A hearing is scheduled for December 5 in this reporter’s motion — in a California Public Records Act (CPRA) case now winding down its third calendar year — for disclosure by the University of California of an April 23, 2014, email from former UC Berkeley deputy athletic director Solly Fulp to “Dad,” […]

A Week After the Garden City, Kansas, Report Buries Coach Jeff Sims in the Braeden Bradforth Death, He Is Still Employed in Joplin, Missouri

Published November 22nd, 2019, Uncategorized

PREVIOUSLY: New Investigation of Braeden Bradforth Football Conditioning Death at Garden City Community College Is Surprisingly Good — But Still Not Enough to Stop the Carnage by Irvin Muchnick If football coach Jeff Sims “had any self-awareness, he would quit coaching today,” the Kansas City Star said last week in an editorial. The newspaper was […]

Kansas City Star Editorial: “If coach Jeff Sims had any self-awareness, he would quit coaching today”

Published November 16th, 2019, Uncategorized

https://www.kansascity.com/opinion/editorials/article237390844.html