By Dom Giordano

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dom Giordano talked to Terry O’Neil, President of the National Organization for Women, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about their demands that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell resign in the aftermath of the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal.

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O’Neil says they are not backing down from their insistence for change at the top of the NFL hierarchy.

“We are continuing to call for Roger Goodell to step aside and we want his successor to appoint a truly independent investigator, to dig in and go system wide and be fully empowered to ask the questions that need to be asked and to propose real solutions for lasting change within the NFL.”

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She said the actions taken so far by the league to investigate the matter are insufficient.

“I think the appointment of these women, just like the appointment of Robert Mueller to do an internal review, it’s not an independent investigation, and it’s an internal review. Those individuals are all reporting to a man who has over and over and over and over again demonstrated that he views domestic violence as an inconvenient PR problem.”

O’Neil also says more needs to be known about the interactions between the NFL and the Atlantic County, NJ prosecutor’s office, which approved Rice for their pre-trial intervention program.

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“Clearly the prosecutor did exactly the wrong thing in that specific case. I would want to know what is the pattern of practice in that prosecutor’s office? I would want to know what were the meetings between that prosecutor’s office, if any, and the NFL’s top brass and their top lawyers, who met with whom, what was said? I would want to know all of that.”