Resetting the Cover-Up of Cal Football’s ‘Code Red,’ Death-Defying Strength and Conditioning Coach Damon Harrington — In Five Tweets

UPDATE — Alameda County District Attorney: ‘We Have Not Seen’ Cal Football Player’s 2014 Police Statement on How Strength Coach Damon Harrington Inspired J.D. Hinnant’s ‘Code Red’ Assault
May 9, 2016
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May 10, 2016

1/5 This is what a football coach’s “code red” — instigating a player-on-player criminal assault — looks like.

2/5 At Cal-Berkeley, this matters because 3 months later the same coach would supervise conditioning drill where Ted Agu needlessly died.

3/5 After Ted Agu died, a player gave the police a detailed statement about strength coach Harrington’s earlier “code red.” Where is it?

4/5 District attorney says she never got player’s police statement. Why not? A Cal campus police lieutenant says it’s all ancient history.

5/5 These are classic elements of a cover-up. Read the details at .

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