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Bill C

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The UCI got to dodge the bullet on Vino and the boys, but I have to
guess they were going to go with the ASO position. This IS guessing.
Now we have them saying that of the National Fed's aren't harsh enough
they'll go to CAS to increase the penalties. Why even pretend that the
National Fed's really matter.
Imperial Privilege!:

http://www.cyclingnews.com/news.php?id=news/2006/jul06/jul03news

McQuaid added that the translation of the Spanish documents would take
another two weeks for the UCI to perform, but that once this was done,
the German, Italian, Portuguese and Australian federations, and "all
the other federations concerned" would be notified. "The fate of
Ullrich, Basso and co. will be in the hands of their federations," he
continued. "The punishment according to the Ethical Charter can be up
to four years for ProTour riders and two years for the others. If the
sanctions of the national federations do not satisfy us at the UCI, we
will appeal them at the CAS."

Time for the riders, and National Feds to pull the plug on the UCI and
IOC. No riders, No support, No registrations, No money.
Screw 'em
Historically kings and Emporers have been broken by the power of money.
Time to cut their lifeblood off.
Bill C
 

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