Brown Vetoes SB 131; Catholic Church, USA Swimming Money Win This One

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As we were tipped at the last minute here yesterday, California Governor Jerry Brown today did veto SB 131, the statute of limitations adjustment for sexual abuse victims. See http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2013/10/jerry-brown-invokes-roman-law-vetoes-statute-of-limitations-bill-for-sex-abuse-victims-california-catholic.html.

So the alleged molestation of a Southern California girl by Everett Uchiyama, who abruptly and secretly resigned as USA Swimming national team director when the allegation surfaced in 2006 — among many others — will not be litigated.

Concussion Inc., however, will continue to chronicle the cover-ups of the Uchiyama and other cases by our Olympic Committee-sanctioned national sport governing body.

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