Read LA Times article here: Lance Armstrong refiles lawsuit vs. U.S. Anti-Doping Agency
Attorneys for Lance Armstrong refiled on Tuesday a lawsuit seeking to stop the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency from stripping the cyclist of his seven Tour de France titles.
A day after U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks in Austin, Texas, dismissed Armstrong’s Monday lawsuit, and called it an attempt to seek publicity, Armstrong’s attorneys shortened the filing by more than 80 pages.
The lawsuit still seeks an injunction to stop the agency from demanding that Armstrong either accept the loss of his titles or request an arbitration hearing by Saturday.
My Two Cents Worth
If there is no proof other than those who are testifying — and that could be a lie, if coercion is used, than I call this a “phishing” expedition.
However, if there is “reasonable doubt” not “paranoidal doubt” then Lance Armstrong will have to address it, as he is.
It is a sad day, indeed, if we strive to use the courts for personal gain, or personal vendettas, as I think Obama and the Dept. of Justice is doing.