Blackmun

Black·mun

 (blăk′mən), Harry Andrew 1908-1999.
American jurist who was an associate justice of the US Supreme Court (1970-1994).

Black•mun

(ˈblæk mən)

n.
Harry A(ndrew), 1908–99, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1970–94.
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1 (ANI): US Olympics Committee (USOC) chief Scott Blackmun resigned citing health problems as the reason, according to various media reports.
US Olympic Committee Chief Executive Scott Blackmun is resigning for medical reasons, the organization said on Wednesday, following months of sustained criticism stemming from the sex abuse scandal involving former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- US Olympic Committee (USOC) said in a news release that its CEO Scott Blackmun resigned because of his prostate cancer, leaving the USOC to find a successor to deal with the damage caused by the Larry Nassar mass sexual abuse scandal.
Olympic Committees (USOC) announcement that CEO Scott Blackmun will resign:
Chief Executive Scott Blackmun recently revealed he was battling prostate cancer, but has faced extensive criticism in the wake of an abuse scandal involving US gymnastics, BBC reported.
Notes of Justices William Brennan and Harry Blackmun are among the first up for transcription, Johnson said.
In an open letter to Team USA athletes, USOC chief executive Scott Blackmun also demanded all current USAG directors must resign as part of efforts to "change the culture" which allowed Nassar to abuse gymnasts for many years.
USAG chairman Paul Parilla, vice-chairman Jay Binder and treasurer Bitsy Kelley resigned on Sunday, but Blackmun says more must follow after the revelations in 54-year-old Nassar's trial, which included testimony from more than 150 of Nassar's victims including Olympians Aly Raisman, McKayla Maroney and Jordyn Wieber.
For those new to the Movement, for years the Supreme Court, including Justice Harry Blackmun, the author of both decisions, argued that the twin decisions were not in any sense revolutionary.
USOC chief executive Scott Blackmun said: "The behaviour of these athletes was not acceptable.
The behavior of these athletes is not acceptable, nor does it represent the values of Team USA," USOC chief executive Scott Blackmun said in a statement released on Thursday night.
Court--Justices Blackmun and Powell in particular--on the major