Found January 30, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
While Lance Armstrong somewhat admitted to cheating while speaking with Oprah Winfrey a couple of weeks ago, he is still trying to do his best with pointing fingers at others. Armstrong may have himself convinced that he is part of the solution at this point, but all he is doing is making himself look petty. The disgraced cyclist spoke with cyclingnews.com’s Daniel Benson, and attacked the sport that made him a very rich man, and what he believes to be failure on their part to regulate the sport. He believes they have a responsibility to create a Truth and Reconciliation Committee. “the only way. As much as I’m the eye of the storm this is not about one man, one team, one director. This is about cycling and to be frank it’s about ALL endurance sports. Publicly lynching one man and his team will not solve this problem.” The truth is, the sport has suspended and reprimanded several cylcists that were caught. Armstrong, cheated for years, cheated the system, lied, slandered, and denied...
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