Muchnick Interview About Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka Murder Case on Ottawa Radio

Published May 20th, 2016, Uncategorized

Thanks to Mark Day and Ottawa’s 1310 News for this edited-for-broadcast version of our conversation about the 1983 Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka murder case, which is now being prosecuted in Lehigh County court in Pennsylvania:

This is the version that will air later Friday, on the program Ottawa Today, which also streams live at The raw audio file of the interview will be posted later.

At the end of the broadcast interview, I make the point that the current obsession over the now 73-year-old Snuka’s lawyer’s moves to have him declared mentally incompetent — because of alleged dementia and concussion syndrome — misses the real story here. Some combination of incompetence and corruption, on the part of the local police and the office of the Lehigh County district attorney, kept Snuka from being tried for, at minimum, involuntary manslaughter, for more than three decades. And “justice delayed is justice denied.”

Concussion Inc.’s 2013 ebook in association with Snuka victim Nancy Argentino’s sisters, JUSTICE DENIED: The Untold Story of Nancy Argentino’s Death in Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka’s Motel Room, can be purchased from Amazon at, for $2.99. If you don’t have a Kindle-compatible reader, you can get an emailed PDF file by sending $2.99 via Paypal to All proceeds benefit the projected women’s shelter of the church Centro Evangelical dei Fratelli, under development in Salerno, Italy.