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All right let's bring in -- legal panel again that -- and camera.
-- know that and obviously no accident that he kind of went along to this interview with a couple lawyer is on hand.
He's got a he's got a lot of lot potential liability here.
From criminal civil and criminal starting with perjury.
Right -- lying under oath whether the government bring that.
The doping itself which of course is illegal.
My guess is -- pretty good conscious these team of lawyers to make sure that fat is off the table before allowing him to go on and to the cinema as a -- -- -- -- has a deal done exactly exactly NEA defense play would not allow -- -- don't have an interview like that whether he confessed completely or not to open himself up the -- OK so for so that's off the table let's say then you go into whistle blowing -- -- you go into defamation cases and just you know we just talk about your second ago.
Those are all -- money is now opened all of that to look at those lawsuits and claw backs and about money.
However he has sued a lot of people in the past.
Very much and and what those cases they might obviously wanna come back at him and you get that money back colonial would reverse those rulings.
Key this that have allegedly being.
Many other people's lives affected.
By him other cyclists who would not doping and were effectively run out of the sport according to them and their relatives.
This will they have a case -- Well I I don't know I don't think we should have it.
Get into some big snowball type of affair where everybody's coming after -- and they're going after each other and one of the reasons why -- -- was because I was printing out.
The affidavit of Floyd Landis who was also on the United States Postal Service team with -- back in 2002.
And what's interesting about that is number one he talks about he talks about the blood manipulation this is very very.
Steroid use and on performance enhancing use but.
The -- the bigger issue to me is who else knew about it and it bothers me when the players or that.
They're the ones that get attacked right that the top people the people at the top of the nicest most -- and other teams.
Knew about it and Curtis hit me -- for and that's right think the government is going to happen now.
I'm glad yeah we heard that we've heard that part of that deal may be agreeing to test it.
Well that's exactly it that he's -- Part of this confession may be agreed to testify but the problem from a prosecution's point of view I think -- when you put someone on the stand like that let's just roll forward.
-- it actually goes to trial here in -- and you after the higher ups.
-- -- knowing that I agree with camera completely on that.
You put Lance Armstrong on the stand out if -- -- anybody else.
Like to forget about it don't put somebody who's just compete you know committed perjury.
Understand it's Lance Armstrong people loved him OK but just tell you got -- honest candidate good defense lawyer like cameras gonna say.
You -- You lied not once he lied under opening night again and again and again ten years you know when I went when you tell the truth now or -- -- telling the truth.
-- -- -- -- -- And are you just trying to -- your career -- And which it certainly looks is.
A serious part of his motivation that he's trying to save his career and get back.
He wanted to do a competitive triathlon -- -- he wants to get back into some sort of competitive my view is that guy should be banned for life.
Lose all of you 100 million he lied and you decided -- like any night.
And he destroyed us.
All right and he should just keep us outside overwhelmingly as far as -- at the parking lot but look at both -- and well I don't know.
It goes let -- -- cleanse your soul don't come back in the sport -- disgraced useful.
Used it actually discussed in the manner ruined any ties full nobody's gonna believe -- -- -- -- anything it for years and years to come right.
Disgraceful and I hope he loses little about 100 million dollars but they -- wouldn't -- Just my idol picks up.
Well I don't know I don't know what is I don't think so I don't -- employer -- -- letters -- -- have -- nearly 98 million of income weaker and that the lawyers and accountants and take at all tonight.
OK good I'm happy no because I'll tell you.
Here's an idea when he gave -- ninety million of those dollars.
To some charities -- to live strong.
-- took some cycling charity give it to a charity that helps kids find their way in cycling.
Would be a good move if you really -- -- so.
Disgusting anyway that's Michael hoops.
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