“Annals of Journalism, Pt. 2: My 2017 Opinion Piece For Berkeley’s Daily Californian on UC’s Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up — Before They Started Censoring Me,” April 24, 2019, https://concussioninc.net/?p=13797
“Annals of Journalism, Pt. 3: My 2018 Opinion Piece For Berkeley’s Daily Californian on UC’s Ted Agu Football Death Cover-Up — Before They Started Censoring Me,” April 24, 2019, https://concussioninc.net/?p=13797
Complete headline links to our series on the Ted Agu death cover-up (beginning November 2013 — before Agu’s death): https://concussioninc.net/?p=10877
Three days ago I told the story of the censorship of my scheduled op-ed article for the Daily California, the independent campus newspaper, on the UC Berkeley cover-up of the circumstances of the 2014 Ted Agu football conditioning death. There, you can read the full background and the text of the piece.
In the last two days Concussion Inc. republished my 2017 and 2017 Daily Cal essays, also prompted by my California Public Records Act lawsuit against the UC Regents, which was filed two years ago this month.
Here, we devote blank space to the Daily Cal’s censorship.
Next, in the concluding chapter of this series, we’ll discuss what had happened earlier when we pitched this piece to the San Francisco Chronicle, capital of the local news media’s enabling of the cover-up by the University of California of the circumstances of Ted Agu’s death.
Democracy dies in darkness.
Evidence Points to Cover-Up in Circumstances of 2014 Cal Football Conditioning Death — Part of a New National Public Health Issue
by Irvin Muchnick