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FloydÂ’s whistleblower case and novitzyÂ’s evidence

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Floyd’s whistleblower case and novitzy’s evidence

i’m thinking about that case in light of novitzky’s evidence gathering. how much is the same ?

not much is known about that case.

but my associative logic tells me the key to armstrong’s indictment by novi could be in that case.

it must be as many of the event and people involved (and therefore the evidence) must be the same.

i’d think the fact that it was launched as far back as may (way b4 all the media articles corroborating floyd’s revelations) should indicate that floyd’s crack legal team felt rather strongly there was sufficient evidence of doping related fraud to go ahead.

i do realize the differences: one is a criminal case and another is a civil case.

i do know, the standard of proof in a civil case is less than beyond reasonable doubt.

still, both cases are about fraud. that’s why I see mcilvain’s testimony was less about her recollections of the hospital room and more about her and potentially her employer's efforts at a cover up.

may be mcilvain’s lies were exactly what novi wanted to entrap her and several others :confused:
 

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python said:
i’m thinking about that case in light of novitzky’s evidence gathering. how much is the same ?

not much is known about that case.

but my associative logic tells me the key to armstrong’s indictment by novi could be in that case.

it must be as many of the event and people involved (and therefore the evidence) must be the same.

i’d think the fact that it was launched as far back as may (way b4 all the media articles corroborating floyd’s revelations) should indicate that floyd’s crack legal team felt rather strongly there was sufficient evidence of doping related fraud to go ahead. That is the only way the feds could mess with my Lance as he is no doper. He pays his taxes like the rest of us so I see no prob. NEXT?

i do realize the differences: one is a criminal case and another is a civil case.

i do know, the standard of proof in a civil case is less than beyond reasonable doubt.

still, both cases are about fraud. that’s why I see mcilvain’s testimony was less about her recollections of the hospital room and more about her and potentially her employer's efforts at a cover up.

may be mcilvain’s lies were exactly what novi wanted to entrap her and several others :confused:
Lance is an honest guy and he does so much for us ,give him a break.
 
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Lance is an honest guy and he does so much for us ,give him a break.

flicker's right you know. I came home yesterday and my house had been entirely repainted. Gosh, that Lance Armstrong... what a guy!
 
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python said:
i’m thinking about that case in light of novitzky’s evidence gathering. how much is the same ?

not much is known about that case.

but my associative logic tells me the key to armstrong’s indictment by novi could be in that case.

it must be as many of the event and people involved (and therefore the evidence) must be the same.

i’d think the fact that it was launched as far back as may (way b4 all the media articles corroborating floyd’s revelations) should indicate that floyd’s crack legal team felt rather strongly there was sufficient evidence of doping related fraud to go ahead.

i do realize the differences: one is a criminal case and another is a civil case.

i do know, the standard of proof in a civil case is less than beyond reasonable doubt.

still, both cases are about fraud. that’s why I see mcilvain’s testimony was less about her recollections of the hospital room and more about her and potentially her employer's efforts at a cover up.

may be mcilvain’s lies were exactly what novi wanted to entrap her and several others :confused:

That's been my current instinct; that the line of questioning is leading to things beyond USPS. After the SCA settlement I'm sure everyone related to Lances's "team" were hyper-aware of any improprieties and their roles in potentially illegal activity. The "organized" activities could have become truly more organized and, in the process; more f*cking illegal.