Kitchener : Canada | Oct 10, 2012 at 3:18 PM PDT
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Reported in the media today are the allegations in the report from the United States Anti Doping Agency (USADA) whose Chief Executive is Travis Tygart that names ELEVEN former team mates of Lance ARmstrong RATTING him out ! The report also included allegations that Armstrong kept in contact with Dr. Michele Ferrari who has been sanctioned in Italy years afterwards, and when he is reported to have claimed not to. The reported named George Hincopie, Tyler Hamilton and Floyd Landis and other former team mates and friends (eleven in number ).

Armstrong's lawyer, Tim Herman called the report a hatchet job. Others have called the USDA Chief Executive Travis Tygart nasty names claiming he is on a witch hunt using tax payers' monies to make himself famous .

Here are my OWN concerns, I dislike dishonesty and lying and have dealt with the federal police in Canada and the United States (FBI/DOJ/RCMP see ) seeking felony charges against executives who lied in writing for federal funds and blocked cancer research . I have NO sympathy for liars or cheats . Having said that , I ask Chief Executive Tygart to "SHUT THE f UP " or start laying criminal felony fraud charges against ALL THE LIARS AND CHEATERS !!!!! Everyone. Lying for federal monies is felony fraud . According to YOUR OWN evidence ,Chief Executive Tygart, everyone on the US Postal Service cycling team knew that they were receiving federal money support and they were lying .They were committing FELONY FRAUD !!!!

Now , sir, Armstrong's lawyer, Tim Herman is calling your a HATCHET MAN . Many in the public are calling you the equivalent of a weasel on a witch hunt to promote yourself on the tax payers' dime . Sir, NO sweetheart deals .No immunity for the team mates , or they can lie till the cows come home .Your witnesses can make up any fairy tale you may need to fit your agenda . Did they lie? The team mates ? Did they use drugs ? Did they receive federal monies ? If they did , then charge them with felony fraud .Then after they are convicted , go after Lance Armstrong and convict him too , of felony fraud ! That is IF YOU WANT TO SEND A STRONG MESSAGE !

Or are YOU, Chief Executive Travis Tygart a fraud? Are you just trying to get famous on the taxpayers' dime ? Are you just a little weasel of a bully , not unlike Mc Carthy who enjoys pushing people around ! Are you trying to gain control over the International Cycling Federation (ICF) too ?

If you are honest, then act like you mean to clean up the sport and make society safer from drugs . Lay the felony fraud charges against the ELEVEN ! Then go after Lance . OR, Sir. SHUT THE F UP !!!

greenall is based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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