- Jul 11, 2013
I know you have, and to my memory I have never claimed you wrong..DirtyWorks said:It makes perfect sense. Not as bad as JADCO, but starved for resources to the point they cannot afford to defend a sanction.
I've posted repeatedly that anti-doping agencies are incredibly weak and that this is by design. Do you believe me now?
That's not an implied opinion on Impey's innocence/guilt.
I Must admit that I was a bit surprised that they would try to pull it of in such an amateuric way.. Which leads me to the opening phrase of the article:
On another note.. Could these procedural errors be deliberate?With South Africa desperately in need of sporting heroes, Impey was a consistent performer in an unforgiving sport where a few seconds divide those bathed in glory and those whose names history will not record.
Impey’s legacy, as the first African to wear the famed yellow jersey in last year’s Tour de France, will be imprinted in history, bringing glory to himself and his country.
Hmm... (not claiming guilty/innocence either here)
How could they think that no-one would look into this..
I called SAIDS in-experinced early on in this thread, they are starting to look just like that. If not worse.....
EDIT: I do believe you... Just to be clear...