Sunday, August 26, 2012

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Lance Armstrong Investigation: Is USADA the Bad Guy?

Lance and his PR machine are doing a remarkable job of spreading the message that he is the victim of a wild, power hungry, anti-American, unconstitutional agency that is out to hurt him for some unknown reason or motive. Here are my thoughts on this...

Friday, August 24, 2012

Lance Armstrong Investigation: Favorite Quotes from the Press

There is a ton being written about Lance's decision to not fight the allegations that he was a fraudster during his cycling career. I've decided to collect my favorite quotes here with links to the articles...

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Lance Armstrong Investigation: More Misleading Information

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All the news outlets are saying that Lance Armstrong has decided to quit fighting USADA but I don't believe it. Here's why...

Lance Armstrong Investigation: Words of Wisdom from Betsy Andreu

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If you have any interest in fraud, truth and ethics, you have to read this short interview of Betsy Andreu in Bicycling Magazine. If you are a cyclist and have interest in fraud, truth and ethics, this interview is a gem!
Betsy and Frankie Andreu have paid a huge personal price, in terms of the economics of this world, for fearlessly telling the truth. Here are a few of the more profound quotes...

Monday, August 20, 2012

Lance Armstrong Investigation: Judge Sparks' Ruled for USADA

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It was announced today that Judge Sparks has ruled that USADA has the authority to bring its case against Lance. In cycling lingo, this is one more attack that Lance needs to cover in this last stage of his race to hold on to his yellow jerseys. The stage isn't over yet but Lance needs to respond by Thursday. Here are a few more details from the news outlets...

Saturday, August 18, 2012

It’s Only Lying About Drugs (A Guest Post)

Lance Armstrong (from the internet)
Note: The following is a guest post by R. Duke Dougherty, Jr. Fraudbytes publishes high quality guest posts on fraud-related topics.

If I doze off while reading a cycling article, I run the risk of dreaming about Lance Armstrong. The dream goes like this: I’m watching TV while Armstrong addresses a press conference. Armstrong gives his questioner “the look” and angrily wags a finger as he says, “I did not admit to drug abuse around that woman...Ms. Andreu.” Then my head bobs up a little, but I don’t wake up. Instead, I see Armstrong angrily wagging his finger again as he says, “I did not give used syringes to that masseuse...Ms. O’Reilly.”

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Olympic Cheaters Should Lose Their Medals

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I mean, it seems only logical to me to take away someone's gold medal if they have been caught cheating and even admit to it. Cameron van der Burgh intentionally broke the rules of his swimming competition. He admits to breaking them. Case closed!

However, it looks like Mr. van der Burgh may keep his gold even though it's being reported that he admits that he cheated to get it. Here's what has to say: