BULLETIN: With Congress Investigating, USA Swimming Issues Lifetime Ban of 64-Year-Old Rapist Coach Mitch Ivey

EXCLUSIVE: USA Swimming Closed File on Heinous Coach Sex Abuse Allegations — Five Days After Victim’s Mother Discussed Case With Consultant Victor Vieth
November 22, 2013
Links to Concussion Inc.’s Coverage of Belatedly Banned Swim Coach Mitch Ivey
November 23, 2013

by Irvin Muchnick

 

Concussion Inc. has learned that on Thursday, USA Swimming’s National Board of Review ruled that legendary coach Mitch Ivey, now 64, is banned for life. The board met the previous night, for a hearing in which neither Ivey nor one of his accusers, Suzette Moran, participated.

Later today we’ll have complete links to our coverage of Ivey.

No later than Monday we’ll have complete analysis of the Ivey case. His sudden banishment, decades after his crimes occurred and were nationally reported, is obviously linked to USA Swimming’s desire to ward off the current investigations by Congressman George Miller and the Government Accountability Office.

Comments are closed.