]thehog said:The closing summary is nothing short of brilliant:
Secondary question: If Mr. McQuaid is now allowing for changes to his position and public statement, can you please indicate which part of his "honour" still remains damaged?
Tertiary question: If there still remains some damage, what form is this damage? Please provide documentation as to this damage.
Not a lawsuit, per se, but still, maybe a case for GreyManrod after all?Beech Mtn said:
The UCI appear to be taking hits from many sides lately.Meanwhile, the Spanish professional cyclists’ union ACP (Asociación de Ciclistas Profesionales) has released a statement in defence of its members after what it termed “the latest accusations on doping made by various individuals and institutions at international level against Spanish sport in general and cycling in particular.”
well i'm naive on all of this but i thought the procycyling interview with fat pat was the biggest Patsy i've ever read;and i"m aware that the cycling press daren't ask difficult questions because they may get frozen out. I must say that cycling journalism has to get a whole lot tougher otherwise we won't get anywhere. Any reponses?TeamSkyFans said:twitter.com/floyd_the_lion
is getting in on the act. HIlarious.
Youre' right, nobody believes ManRod is an actual legal firm. I'm pretty sure nobody has believed that in the last 100 posts or so...Granville57 said:None of this is real and it doesn't make sense to me why NYV would so willingly forfeit their recently acquired status (from the Kimmage transcripts) as a reliable source for interesting info.
Yeah, ManRod is on the cutting edge of veggie rights litigation, but it wouldn't kill them to run spellcheck now and againRace Radio said:Finally got around to reading the emails....wow, that is some funny stuff. I do not know what is better, the content or all the misspellings.