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Former Editor Of Cycling Weeky Admits Knowing About Doping

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I just want to say that is easy to think: I can't believe he didn't say nothing at the time. Let's not forget that everyone was on the Armstrong bandwagon at the time and everyone was making a good living out of it, so why shake things up, why make your life more difficult? Try and ask yourself what would I have done in the same situation? Remember your job was on the line.
 
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I just want to say that is easy to think: I can't believe he didn't say nothing at the time. Let's not forget that everyone was on the [current peloton patron's] bandwagon at the time and everyone was making a good living out of it, so why shake things up, why make your life more difficult? Try and ask yourself what would I have done in the same situation? Remember your job was on the line.

Agreed.

Would like to point out that this is also currently true for the following people, with respect to the current status of the peloton and its current patron:

David Brailsford
Pat McQuaid
Jonathon Vaughters
Bradley Wiggins
David Millar
Every single professional bike rider in the pro peloton
Richard Moore, SkySport
CyclingNews
VeloNews
Cycling Weekly
etc

Not affected employment-wise:

Walsh reports on soccer, etc, so is not dependent on cycling story income
Paul Kimmage is unemployed
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