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April 16, 2008

New website urges Armstrong investigation

investigatelance.org | INVESTIGATE LANCE ARMSTRONG FOR DOPING AND LYING UNDER OATH IN THE SCA PROMOTIONS TRIAL.

Presented with minimal comment -- Byron at Bike Hugger forwarded a new site called investigatelance.org, that urges Congress to open an investigation into whether 7-time Tour winner Lance Armstrong lied under oath at the SCA Promotions lawsuit (some background from Outside Online here).

Who's behind the website? I can't tell -- it's been registered through an outfit that anonymizes domain registrations -- but it's interesting the site went live just a week after the Trek/LeMond split and references the SCA Promotions suit, where Greg and Kathy LeMond both testified (as did Betsy Andreu) against Armstrong, who won the suit, and received the $2.5 million bonus at issue.

Posted by Frank Steele on April 16, 2008 in Doping, Lance Armstrong, Top Stories | Permalink

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Comments

These people need to get a life. Cycling needs to look forward and whatever you choose to believe the past to be, is the past. Until we start to look forward cycling will never rebound.

Posted by: Joel Price at Apr 16, 2008 2:51:24 AM

I am going to miss Vino and Rasmussen this year. Two of the best on the planet.

Posted by: ironman at May 6, 2008 12:37:50 AM

Just what we need. Let's spend more tax-payer money on another congressional hearing that does nothing but get "face time" for incompetent politicians that should be focusing on economic and foreign policy issues. The organizer's of this web site need to grow a set and take responsibility for their accusations. What a joke.

Posted by: KG at May 31, 2008 11:11:56 PM

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