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Lance Armstrong (left, #1) leads the U.S. Post...
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Today the NY Times reports thus:

Federal authorities investigating possible fraud and doping charges against Lance Armstrong and his associates have issued grand jury subpoenas to witnesses, according to several people briefed on the case.

The people spoke on the condition of anonymity because they did not want to be identified discussing a federal investigation.

The grand jury subpoenas represent a significant step in the investigation into whether Armstrong and others on the United States Postal Service cycling team were involved in systematic doping in the early- to mid-2000s.

As for Lance he continues to say “It ain’t true ’cause I never did it”.

What a come down that could be? Doping and fraud charges they allege or are seeking to find evidence of!

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Written by BobG in Dalian & Vancouver

2010/07/14 at 04:39

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  1. I find this all very sad. While I abhor any form of cheating in sport, whether the allegations are true or not cycling – and indeed all sport – is the ultimate loser. If we can’t believe in sport’s greatest champions, what hope is there?

    And, as has always been the case with Lance over the years, even when the allegations have no solid foundation whatsoever, the truth is that if you fling enough mud some of it will stick.

    Sigh.

    Tim

    2010/07/15 at 01:23


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