Friday, August 24, 2012

Lance Armstrong folds his defense but still says it ain't so re doping.

"The most important lesson of the Lance Armstrong story, though, is the hardest to prepare for and guard against: our own gullibility and willing complicity. What is astounding and disturbing is that one man – a dominant personality as well as a dominant athlete – was able to enforce his will, isolate, bully and silence his doubters and critics, and win the world's top cycling event year after year and make people believe in him, despite there being, apparently, dozens of witnesses to its utter phoniness. Too many people had too much invested in the Lance Armstrong story, and the power of persuasion followed the money."

The above paragraph was taken from an article in the GUARDIAN:

And here's Lance Armstrong's white-flag statement:

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