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From t-mobile website, manager:
"We received documents from the Tour organisers A.S.O. this morning, which raised substantial doubts about the recent statements of Ullrich, Sevilla and Pevenage. Our stance was always unequivocal: If we are presented with evidence, which leads us to doubt the credibility of one or other of our riders, then we act upon it immediately. That is the case now.

When asked what the documents contained, Frommert replied, "They clearly point to contact between the implicated trio and the doctor at the centre of the probe, Eufemiano Fuentes. Ullrich and Oscar Sevilla as well as Rudy Pevenage have denied this so far and also testified to it in a written statement. There are clear guidelines arranged with the riders, which leave no room for interpretation. This was also clear to Jan Ullrich, Oscar Sevilla and Rudy Pevenage. So we had to react."

I wonder what kind of proof of "contact" they had - phone records/emails?
Was Ullrich's offer of DNA test a bluff? Do you think some people will stop appealing their innocence after the evidence is made public?
 

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I wonder what kind of proof of "contact" they had - phone records/emails?
Was Ullrich's offer of DNA test a bluff? Do you think some people will stop appealing their innocence after the evidence is made public?
German news sites report about coded SMS messages between Pevenage and Fuentes during the Giro.
 
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