by Irvin Muchnick
Independent Deputy Maureen O’Sullivan — the Irish legislator who is seeking to reopen the prosecution of George Gibney on allegations of decades of sexual abuse of his swimmers — today told Concussion Inc. that she is exploring solutions from both her country and the U.S., where Gibney has lived since around 1994.
“In America, the follow-up might lead to his being deported,” O’Sullivan said. “In Ireland, we’re looking at why there was no appeal when the Director of Public Prosecutions decided in 2011 not to pursue the matter.”
O’Sullivan said the office of the police commissioner is revisiting the Gibney case at her behest and examining options.
This reporter’s Freedom of Information Act request for Gibney’s temporary visa and permanent green card files currently sits at No. 117 on the queue at the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Senator Dianne Feinstein of California is supporting our FOIA effort.
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