“New information released in America shows that the alleged paedophile swimming coach George Gibney obtained a US visa after becoming aware that his star swimmer, Gary O’Toole, was about to expose his crimes.
Gibney’s immigration file, released by the Department of Homeland Security to California-based journalist Irvin Muchnick, shows Ireland’s former national coach was issued a four-month US visa in 1992.”
The above is the lead passage of a new article in the Sunday Times of London by Justine McCarthy, which is viewable at https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/ireland/swimmer-was-to-expose-gibney-hrsjtjxt2. The Times story fills in more spaces in the narrative of the genesis of Gibney’s 23-year-long U.S. residency.
As was revealed during Concussion Inc.’s 2015 Freedom of Information Act lawsuit for the American immigration records of the former Irish Olympic swim coach, he has continued to live here even since his 2010 citizenship application was rejected after he concealed his indictment in Ireland on 27 counts of sexual abuse of swimmers in his charge.
More coverage will follow of information revealed by the new batch of government documents we have obtained through the settlement of the FOIA case at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, following a ruling in our favor last year by District Court Judge Charles R. Breyer.
Chronological links to our series, which began January 27, 2015, under the headline “Why Is George Gibney — No. 1 At-Large Pedophile in Global Sports — Living in Florida? And Who Sponsored His Green Card?”: https://concussioninc.net/?p=10942