jules21 wrote:Xplora wrote:I don't know how seriously we can take testimony from these people. If you can't be honorable at the start, you can't be trusted at the end either.
the evidence was collected by a grand jury. lying carries the potential to be sent to jail and their testimony could have been tested in court (before the investigation was dropped), where they would have been subjected to very close scrutiny. you can't write those claims off as wild accusations.
But will their testimony be tested now or is it taken as fact by USADA?
Was the reason the US Attorney dropped the case because they thought their testimony wouldn't stand up to scrutiny? Doesnt it make them unreliable? and if yes doesnt that bring into question the basis for USADA's charges?
cant see any winners in this to be honest