Monday, August 27, 2012

Lance Armstrong Redux

There is something odd about this from. Tygart of the USADA:
"[If Armstrong had of] come in and been truthful, then the evidence might have been that the statute [of limitations] should apply."
I am baffled as to how a suspect/defendants behavior changes the existence of a statute of limitations. Laws apply regardless of the horridness or perceived horridness of any specific perpetrator.

Clearly, Armstrong's refusal to continue to litigate the matter means that he is guilty of doping violations but there is something creepy about a regulatory agency flinging rules out the window because they don't like someone's attitude.

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