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Harding v USOC Exhibit - USFSA Disciplinary Charges

Harding v USOC Exhibit - USFSA Disciplinary Charges

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Tonya Harding exhibit in 1994 lawsuit against the United States Olympic Committee about the United States Figure Skating Association's notice of hearing regarding disciplinary charges.
Tonya Harding exhibit in 1994 lawsuit against the United States Olympic Committee about the United States Figure Skating Association's notice of hearing regarding disciplinary charges.

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P¡,r';'
I
TO:
Þ'ebruar¡'5,
1994
Re:
3TATEMENT
OF
CIIARCES
-
Tlisciplinary
Proeceding
If
the l.leæing
Panel
. .
.
determines
úat
lhere
arc
reasonal¡le
grounds
for
a
disciplinary
proceæding,
the
Hearing
Pa¡rel shallprepare a
writlen
statemÈnt
of
char¡es,
. .
-
.
Þiseiplinary
proceediags contemplated by
ArL
)0(V1I
of
tl¡e
USFSA Bylaws
include
rhose
arising
r¡nder
the
USFSA
Code
of
Ethics.
Thc
Codc
of
Ethics
is
tbund
in
USFS¡\
General
Rule
(GR)
1.02.
GR
1.021
provides
in
releva.rrt
part:
It
shall
be
the
respotuibility of
all
. .
. Individual
Members
. . .
to
conrply
with
the¡n
[thc
rules
of
the
USFSA]
in
full
a¡xl
to
exempli$
the higbest sandards
of
fairness,
etlrieal behavior
urd
genuine good
sportsnranship
in
any
of
their
rel¿tions
rvith
others.
An¡-
pers.:n whose
ac$,
statements
or
conduct
is
co¡uidered
derimential
t<l
tl¡e
welfarc
of
lìgure
skating is riubject
to
tlrr:
loss
of
the
privilegc
of
rcgistratiou by
the USF'SA
i.r
¡rccorda¡¡ce
with
rlre
proccdure c¡utlined
i¡r Article
XXVll,
Sectis¡t
3
of
the
USFSA
STATEMENT
C)i.
CHAF.GIìS
--
PAGË
I
N
,.¡dÈh
\i:iil/
Tonya
llarding
12042
S.E.
Srurnyside RoadClackamas, Oregon
9701 5
.
Pursuant
to
Article
)O(VII,
$3
of
the
Bylaws
of
the
UnitÊd
States
Figrue
Skating
Association
( USFSAU),
ttris
flcaring
Panel
has
brr-
r
appoinbed ta
investigate allegations in
public
tecords
thrt yoll
wcre
i¡volved
or
had
knowledge
of
the
assault
on
Nancy
Kerrigan
on Janruq'
6,
1994 at
the
U.
S.
Figure
Skating Championships
in
Detroiq
Michigan. A¡ticle
)C(WI,
$3
(c)
(iii)
of
the USFSA Bylaws
provides:
Exhibit
5
Page
1
PUgllsl{ctìs
OF
SKÀl¡NG
M,\G^¡l}lE
-r
tr
r..
.cËr-t-',.t¡lllttj
9rnìÈ hnñüø$
5r.t9'ur'¡
 
FEB
ø5 '94
1r¡:
l: Ij-.
prlt,lÊr(
?.¡]
PÚÉ
G
Bylaws rclating
to
loss
of
memborshìp
privilcges,
suspensiorr
andcxpuleion.
'Afrer
coneidering
the evidence prcscnted and
after providing
you
an
opportu¡lityto
present
evidence,
the
Hearing Panel
lus
unaninrously dete¡rnined
thar reasonable
grounds exisr
to
believe that you
havo
violated
fhe Code
of
Ethics.
)
The Hearing
Pansl has deten¡rined
that
reasc¡nable
grounds
exist
to
believe:
I{arding:
(a)
Tbot Tonya
Harding;
(b)
While
¿ Member
of
the USFSA:
(c)
Committed
an
ac¡,
¡nade
a
s¡åtement,
or
engaged
in
c,onduct
detrimental
to
the
welfare
of
figurc
skating
and/rr failed
ro
exemplify
the
highest standil-ds
of
fairness,
ethical
behaviÕr,
änd
genuine good sportsmanship
in
hcr
relations
with
others.Thc Hearing Panel
liuther fi¡ds
that reasonat:le
grouncs
exisr.
to trelieve
drat
Tony.
STATI]MEN']'OT
CI.IAIìGIìS
..
PÂ{ìf-ì
2
N
.áÈ
W
(a)
commitæd
ån
act
to
cârry out
a
plan and/or
wa
i
involved in
a plan
tcr
injure
Narrcy
Kcrrigan; or
(b)
kncw
about
a
plan
to
injure Nancy Kerrigan anrl
either failerl
tt¡
oppose
ir,
failed to
repùrt
it, or
uradc
false
stateine¡rts
B.bour hÈr
knowledge
conceming
it.As
a
rcsult,
the
Hearing
Pattel
has
dste¡¡¡rined,
bascd
upon the evidence
preseriled
to
it,
includìl¡g
that
itemizr:d in
the table atlached hereto, thai
,*uonoll.
gtou ¿.
.*¡rr
îo
rru,.r,,.
disciplin.ry
proceediugs against
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slh DAY
OF
FEBRUARY,
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