Recapping the Week’s Coverage at Concussion Inc. — George Gibney Immigration, Diana Nyad / Jack Nelson, Ted Agu Death at Cal Football

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Last Saturday we reported that U.S. District Court Senior Judge Charles R. Breyer revealed that George Gibney was denied American citizenship when he applied for it in 2010. The judge suggested that Gibney had been untruthful on the application, and raised questions as to why there was not also the consequence of removal from the country.

London’s Sunday Times picked up our report.

We documented the government’s directive to Gibney to redo his application because it might not have had known information about his indictment in Ireland for sexual abuse of minors., an Irish news site, published a new comprehensive account of our information in light of existing timeline discrepancies in the Gibney story.

We processed some takeaways from the Broadsheet story.



Diana Nyad, the open water swimming legend, wrote an essay for the New York Times about her experience of being molested by her high school coach in Florida.

We collected headline links to our years of coverage of Nyad’s allegations against the coach — the late International Swimming Hall of Famer Jack Nelson — and tangential scandals in the coaching staff at Nelson’s club program in Fort Lauderdale.



The University of California agreed to index internal documents and claims for privacy exemptions in our California Public Records Act lawsuit.

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Concussion Inc. - Author Irvin Muchnick