- Jul 30, 2006
Frankie's confession is nothing like JM's. JM is going on trial and a major newspaper outed him. I'd liken JM's confession to something like Millar's.Serafino said:
A doper who denied being a doper "gains your respect" especially since he only admitted being a doper (and "only" wink, wink, in his last year of competition) after already being embroiled in legal difficulties and being exposed by many parties.
Kind of like Frankie coming clean only after alleging (without proof by his own admission) others doped but conveniently forgetting to mention that he doped himself.
Frankie came forth voluntarily months after the deposition was over. He's not facing any criminal charges. I don't know what you mean by Frankie making allegations without any proof. According to Frankie, Armstrong confessed in front of him and others in a hospital room. What other proof would he need?!!
Would you really expect Frankie to admit doping in a deposition that had nothing to do with him? If you were called to testify as a witness, would you then confess to the judge every bad thing you did in your life?