Fort Lauderdale Police: Stand By For Our Decision on Release of the Verbatim Statements Accompanying the 2004 Alex Pussieldi Special Victims Unit Report

Reviewing the Fort Lauderdale Police Special Victims Unit File on Alex Pussieldi – Evidence Is Devastating, and More Reticent Local Witnesses Are Being Smoked Out
April 11, 2014
Swim Fort Lauderdale Assistant Coach Denies Alex Pussieldi Accuser’s Account That He Has Special Information on Pussieldi’s Past
April 14, 2014

The Fort Lauderdale police have told Concussion Inc. they are working on our request for release of the two verbatim witness statements accompanying the 2004 report on Alex Pussieldi by Detective Jeff Jennings of the Special Victims Unit.

Kim Rhodes, the police public records coordinator, today said the fulfillment of our request was in process. She even gave us a control number: PRR # 14-379.



Complete links to our Alex Pussieldi investigation are at


Here are headline links to articles on the specific topic of Pussieldi and the Fort Lauderdale police:



Published March 3rd, 2014

Two Stages of Complaints About Swim Coach Alex Pussieldi Evident in Records Released by City of Fort Lauderdale

Published March 8th, 2014

See Them Now – First Installment of the File on Swim Coach Alex Pussieldi in Fort Lauderdale Public Records

Published March 20th, 2014

New Fort Lauderdale Documents: Coach Alex Pussieldi Had Been Legal Guardian of the Mexican Swimmer in the 2004 Assault Incident

Published March 21st, 2014

Fort Lauderdale Documents: Police Dismissed 2004 Assault Allegation With Misleading Statement That Alex Pussieldi ‘Is a Coach Overseas Now’

Published March 24th, 2014
Published March 25th, 2014

Fort Lauderdale Clarifies Legal Justification for Each Redaction in Alex Pussieldi Public Records Release– And the Justification Itself Could Tell a Scandalous Story

Published March 26th, 2014

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