blue squirrel

after a self-imposed 20 year absence from cycling, the sport i love, i am back and dedicated to holding my own in the superfast 40+ catagory. this blog will tell the journey, the highs and the lows, the team [team becher+] and it's cast of characters, our sponsors, supporters, and other local riders that make it happen... [anonymous comments are lame, cowboy up and put a name or start a blog]

Thursday, December 21, 2006

HERE WE GO AGAIN

[the following is from a recent velonews article, now they say without new evidence against jan, the swiss will drop the case against him. but he will have to wait till january. i think he deserves better than that, how about dropping everything until you have a case, or evidence or a note on a napkin from a disgruntled swiss official that got pushed aside at a restaurant so jan and his new wife could sit first. just look at the recently published examples of the evidence, come on people, a doctor that makes millions and supposedly made millions on his doping ring, doesn't have a computer that can encrypt excel files of his dealings, he has to hand write his logs. this whole thing is a pile of bullshit, hand written logs, please spare me the juvenile attempt to produce false evidence, it is almost as bad as lance hacking into the inept french lab's computer and than using bad french to write notes. this whole thing is funnier than a old pink panther movie [and they were funny]. ]

velonews- Swiss cycling chief Lorenz Schlaefli said Thursday that he was likely to halt anti-doping proceedings against former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich next month unless new evidence comes through. Schlaefli said he was not able to use existing evidence received from the legal probe into the Operacion Puerto doping ring in Spain because the Spanish investigating magistrate had forwarded it on condition that it was not used officially. "Since these documents cannot be used, there's no sense in continuing this process. With these documents, officially we cannot do anything," the director of the Swiss Cycling federation explained. However, Schlaefli emphasized that the procedure could be reopened if other evidence comes through. "It's not finished afterwards. This doesn't mean we can't open new proceedings," he said. "If there's something else, it's clear that we can reopen it afterwards." The disciplinary chamber of the Swiss Olympic Committee's anti-doping commission is aiming to start proceedings against Ullrich in January.

http://www.velonews.com/race/int/articles/11368.0.html

1 Comments:

  • At 4:44 AM, Blogger gwadzilla said…

    it is a mess

    some people are dirty

    and it is a mess

    I want the truth

     

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