UCI tries to block USADA charges against Armstrong

Aug 3, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Albany Times Union

Cycling's international governing body is trying to block the case American anti-doping officials filed against Lance Armstrong , saying there may be a lack of due process and that witnesses were promised "advantages" in exchange for incriminating statements against the seven-time Tour de France winner.

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My Opinion_El Paso_Texas

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Aug 31, 2012
 
GeeMan wrote:
El Paso I agree with you 100% about USADA but they have also selected only those who have said he cheated and willing to testify but they have interviewed and spoken to a whole lot more than the 10 they have on board but these riders said either they will not testify or stated he did not cheat and these riders are of no help to USADA cause.
It would do USADA more service and credit if they said how many were approached and how many said no he did not cheat, how many are no comment as well as the 10 we know of.
Its a lot like only counting the votes in an election that support your cause!!
You bring up some good points here since we don't know who and if any riders really spoke with the USADA.

I'm thinking that this may have been the prime problem that the federal investigators ran into, thus causing them to close their case.

I observed a faslness in Travis Tygart during the USADA vs Floyd Landis case and I wouldn't put it past him to continue doing so.
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Oct 10, 2012
 
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas wrote:
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There is quite a difference between disagreeing and attacking a person Chris.
But, I can see that you still prefer in being dishonest here.
I'm surprised that you're not going to Canada, so that you can have a visit with Gus!
Canada would be great. Texas OK except for the Texans. As for attacking,'the pot calling the kettle black' comes to mind. Anyway, it is all over now. Guilty along with the rest
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Oct 12, 2012
 
Athos wrote:
<quoted text>Mmm they are all fed up with your 'writing' but not 'listening' It seems that if anyone dares to disagree with you, you refuse to even accept e-mails
I will be back in 6 weeks NY, CA, CO, thankfully not Texas
Actually it seems more like you have cold feet and no back bone in coming to Texas Chris.

Problem between you and I was never about disagreeing or disagreement Chris.
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Oct 12, 2012
 
Athos wrote:
<quoted text>Canada would be great. Texas OK except for the Texans. As for attacking,'the pot calling the kettle black' comes to mind. Anyway, it is all over now. Guilty along with the rest
Considering that we have many British living here in El Paso and we also have several Canadians who had served in the US military before retiring here in El Paso, I really don't care what you think about anything in that direction.

I rather doubt that you even know anyone from Texas beside myself!

Hope you and Jeannie enjoyed your time here in the US.

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