fornaca68 said:"Although I am not surprised by the report’s findings, I am pleased that they confirm what I have been saying since this witch-hunt began: Dick Pound, WADA, the French laboratory, the French Ministry of Sport, L’Equipe, and the Tour de France organizers (ASO) have been out to discredit and target me without any basis and falsely accused me of taking performance enhancing drugs in 1999. Today’s comprehensive report makes it clear that there is no truth to that accusation."
This seems really odd, one would presume that all Armstrong knows is what Vrijman has said to the public, i.e. that the report "completely exonerates" him. How does he know the basis of this conclusion or what the report confirms? Maybe they just found that the test was flawed.
OK but he says the report will confirm that all those agencies/people were out to discredit him. From what we know only the L'Equipe reporter was out to discredit him. A flawed test wouldn't mean people were out to get you would it?MB1 said:....perhaps it is because he knows that he didn't take the stuff?
About time! And to all you Lance-haters: HAH!!!!!jd3 said:http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/more/05/31/armstrong.doping.ap/index.html?cnn=yes
Looks like the Dutch investigators are going to have a good hard look at the WADA