- Aug 10, 2010
Aw, c'mon. Lance didn't have any problems with the process! And a FEDERAL JUDGE said that the process complied with due process. Lance had no grounds to complain! And he didn't complain!gree0232 said:Well, once again, by failing to actually address any concerns, assuming pridefully that you just must be right, its best to simply attack those who have issues with the process ... more akin to GITMO than cycling.
Because we are all so anxious to get a former cyclist that we will create a process like the ones used to get terrorists? Makes perfect sense.
I mean you are clearly a witch too! I have ten anonymous witnesses that say you doped too! An estranged gay lover to boot! What more do I need witch! Orange jump suit for you too!
As long as the Ahab gets his white whale ... whatever the cost.
Well, I wonder, as I can now use ten anonymous witnesses to invalidate the claims of anyone who disagrees with me? Well, I am sure everyone sees a faor and balanced process rather than a substantiatially unfair system when its aimed at you of course?
After all, just ask the ten anonymous witnesses! What wonderful legal process cycling has given us. Dispute resolution, rather than mob mentality, at its finest.
Lance was fairly taken down-town and schooled! He can still dope though, just not in an Olympic Movement sport!