"Vast Majority Of Riders Are Clean"

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In terms of the blood passport and the contribution collected from the teams, would it make sense to set some money aside for 'witness protection' or 'whistleblower' purposes? In a way, perhaps, Kohl (assuming for argument's sake he is somewhat reliable), can be seen as an investigative journalist who went undercover.

Too bad he doesn't have the tapes...
 
Bala Verde said:
In terms of the blood passport and the contribution collected from the teams, would it make sense to set some money aside for 'witness protection' or 'whistleblower' purposes? In a way, perhaps, Kohl (assuming for argument's sake he is somewhat reliable), can be seen as an investigative journalist who went undercover.

Too bad he doesn't have the tapes...
Imagine an undercover cyclist in one of those buses pre-race. Then we would see the real vampires. It would cost a lot.
 
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Escarabajo said:
Imagine an undercover cyclist in one of those buses pre-race. Then we would see the real vampires. It would cost a lot.
Horrillo has a BA in philosophy and writes/wrote for el Pais...;)
 
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Everybody knows that the riders all dope. I truly believe everybody with an IQ above room temp knows this.

Nobody gives a crap, its a distraction for some people but for the most part they dont really care they just want to watch the sporting event. But some still think they dont so thats why I cant stand it. LOL
 

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