From the OC Register:
A DVD provided to Nadadores officials and obtained by the Register contains photos of a 2006 diary in which Dusenbury and the girl purportedly chronicle their relationship, in often intimate detail, including dates and places where sex acts occurred.
"...The DVD also contains photos of a teenage girl in her underwear in Dusenbury's apartment and seated on his bed. Club officials and Nadadores parents have identified the girl as the former Aliso Niguel student. ..."
Currently Dusenbury is working right alongside his friend and colleague, George Block, who is also the friend and colleague of John Leonard. To rub salt in the wound, the non-profit he now works for is called Voices for the Children.
Mr. Leonard is still featuring Dusenbury as a speaker at an ASCA event in Las Vegas this coming September which is not surprising since he seemingly has a history of protecting his.... (The ellipsis denotes deletion, a hanging thought for people like Susan Woesner and Chuck Wielgus to consider.)
Who really are the individuals a certifying body; (ASCA), should put first? The coaches or the children? Is USA Swimming ok with this?
From the OC Weekly Blogs:
"... I just wanted to drop you a line to clarify something that was in your recent post about the Mission Viejo Nadadores. In the story Sunday I referred to Rick Brotherton being appalled at the club's reaction to the Dusenbury situation. That was in reference to the club's reaction this past August. Dusenbury resigned, then was allowed to withdraw the resignation and return to the club. Several parents were upset with the decision to call him back from Palo Alto. Coaches and club officials opposed the club firing him yet would not view the material raising the allegations. That is what Mr. Brotherton was upset with and why he left the club.
Now, perhaps if I suggest this one more time: A no one-on-on rule would have prevented this real or imagined situation from ever happening, hmmm?
Perhaps it is an unworkable rule but if I may suggest to all the coaches and parents out there, it is a security measure that should be considered.
Above is Chloe Sutton, A Natadore swimmer.