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by Irvin Muchnick


Next Monday is the deadline on the 30-day window U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer gave the federal government and this reporter to try to work out an agreement around the court’s tentative order for release of additional materials from George Gibney’s immigration records in my Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security.

In his November 2 opinion, Judge Breyer said he was “prepared to rule (largely) in Muchnick’s favor” over the remaining 20 disputed documents, covering 43 pages, that he had reviewed in camera. At that time, the court forwarded, only to the government, suggestions on redactions that should be reversed.

Complete chronological links to Concussion Inc.’s series on rapist former Irish Olympic swimming coach George Gibney are at

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