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July 26, 2007



I feel you are quite nieve. I have worked in the criminal justice system for years. My education centers around the criminal justice system. The problem w/ the current accusations w/ regard to the riders in the TdF is that accusations are being made w/ no physical proof. Just because someone tests positive on a screening test does not mean they have taking a banned or illegal substance. There are many contributing factors ie. the quality of the lab work, sample prep and sample gathering(chain of evidence). I also have years of experience working in a laboratory and believe me mistakes are made. So again, All I am saying to you is believe half of what you see and none of what you here. In Rassmussen's case if he lied it is his problem. Although, for an "eye witness" to say they saw something is the most unreliable evidence. I can quote psychological testing to back this up. So, my other point is just because someone believes another person is guilty of a crime does not make that accused person guilty. You must get you assumptions verified.

Concerned reader w/ a PhD

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