He abandoned us; our Head Coach Russ Hellickson abandoned us - [Hellickson] has flipped his story and called other people to flip their stories. He is not a leader, he's a coward Background[ edit ] Dr.
That's the kind of cover-up that's going on there'". Richard Strauss received his medical degree from the University of Chicago in and interned at the associated hospital system until June Coleman had shared a room with Jordan while traveling to several wrestling meets. However, because the records were confidential, the investigators were not allowed to access them.
A coward. He was appointed to a position in the Athletics Department inand to Student Health in I was Captain of our team, I would never abandon our Team.
He then took a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at the School of Medicine at the University of Washington untilthen worked as an assistant ossu of physiology at both the University of Pennsylvania —72 and the University of Hawaii — In one count of the court papers, DiSabato claimed that a second cousin of Jordan's attempted to "intimidate and retaliate" against DiSabato. However, Strauss opened a private off-campus clinic and continued to abuse male patients there.
Details of the investigation were made public in the report by Perkins Coie; specific identifying details were redacted. Afterward, he served as a Lieutenant in the Medical Corps of the United States Navy from through and received an honorable discharge. The group's charter was to review the actions that were taken by the State Medical Board in response to the complaints about Dr.
Other lawsuits remain outstanding. After Hawaii, Strauss worked as a medical resident at Rutgers University —75 and as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School — Three federal lawsuits had been filed by July ; the third lawsuit named several OSU administrators including ex-Athletic Director Andy Geiger as having knowledge of Strauss's abuse.
In addition, Strauss was known to shower alongside male students at Larkins Hall, a behavior which was unique to Strauss among team physicians.