I doubt this means it is over, but I guess it is a step.
You have to do a search to read the article: "Lance Armstrong."
The important part is the "threat of prosecution." I can see both sides of the argument.
Oh boy here it goes again:
Person 1: See, I told you he was innocent.
Person 2: Whatever! It just mean they never found enough evidence to convict him.
The one thing I ponder is what will the image of LA be in say 20 years from now? Will the doping thing haunt his legacy? IMO, that will eventually pass. He'll be remembered for fighting cancer, winning 7 tdf's in a row, and bringing cycling to the forefront of American sports.
Hopefully, this is the way it goes.
Or we could just bash on Cantador for awhile this week?
Yeah! Contador! Dork! That's what you get for not waiting for Andy. (or was it Frank?)
It was Andy, that was a chump move. He claimed he didn't see his chain throw but I can tell you he heard it.
On the Lance front, he is not going to be charged with fraud, but he is till on the hook for doping.
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