US Media: Sexual assault child coaches are still at large. Better check your childs coaches.

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 US Media: Sexual assault child coaches are still at large. Better check your childs coaches.


Girald Murphy

Murphy, 64 years old, has been engaged in Taekwondo training since he retired from the United States Taekwondo Team and has his own Taekwondo Hall. Murphy was arrested in Florida on charges of molestation and sexual assault against a 14-year-old child who was found having an improper relationship in bed, but was released after 18 months in prison for failing to meet sentencing conditions, and his Taekwondo coaching certificate was permanently revoked.

But the American Olympic Committee and related organizations seem to have forgotten him. When Murphys wife applied to the state government to take over his Taekwondo Hall, no one thought it was time to check whether Murphy was still teaching. In todays survey by American journalists, Murphy personally told reporters that he was still running Taekwondo schools as a boss and teacher.

Murphy was just one of six coaches banned for improper sex, and reporters found that these people were still active in their respective fields of teaching activities, three of whom even worked in national sports institutions. The scandal that the American Gymnastics Association sheltered young athletescoaches has been the focus of public attention during this period. Veterinary surgeon Larry Nasser has also been sentenced to life imprisonment on joint charges against more than 350 women, but it seems that the sexual assault tumors in American sports have not been eradicated. The US Olympic Committee and former CEO Scott Brackmont have been severely criticized for their management flaws, focusing on winning medals rather than protecting athletes. Under pressure, the U.S. Olympic Committee also promised to amend child protection provisions and accelerate the pace of reform. But today, after an investigation into Murphys case, the United States says that the reality of child protection is still far from the promise of the U.S. Olympic Committee. Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Cao Liemen_NS1806

Murphy was just one of six coaches banned for improper sex, and reporters found that these people were still active in their respective fields of teaching activities, three of whom even worked in national sports institutions.

The scandal that the American Gymnastics Association sheltered young athletescoaches has been the focus of public attention during this period. Veterinary surgeon Larry Nasser has also been sentenced to life imprisonment on joint charges against more than 350 women, but it seems that the sexual assault tumors in American sports have not been eradicated.

The US Olympic Committee and former CEO Scott Brackmont have been severely criticized for their management flaws, focusing on winning medals rather than protecting athletes. Under pressure, the U.S. Olympic Committee also promised to amend child protection provisions and accelerate the pace of reform.

But today, after an investigation into Murphys case, the United States says that the reality of child protection is still far from the promise of the U.S. Olympic Committee.