From who? I doubt the WSJ are generous enough to make it worth his while financially.gb155 said:Sigh, he's just looking for one more payday !
Who's 'we'? You and Floyd?Chuffy said:From who? I doubt the WSJ are generous enough to make it worth his while financially.
Two things stand out from the article (we needn't detain ourselves with most of it, we know that Teflon Tex is a cheating douchebag).
Firstly the missing bikes business, that's interesting because it should be traceable and Trek seem to confirm that there has been some dodgy business there. I wonder what the Feds will make of it?
Secondly, that Jonathan Vaughters offered Landis sanctuary in 2006 and pressed him to 'fess up. That is to Vaughters' credit and fits with the way he has been going about things since setting up Garmin. I suspect that he knows a lot more than he has ever come out with publicly and I wish that he would speak out about what he knows. However, I'd bet a fiver that if he did then things would be made very, very difficult for him as a team manager.
Phonak were Swiss registered weren't they? But yes, if anything happens it's going to be in the US, unless the UCI/Verbruggen angle turns up stuff that can be actioned.Crackle said:Yeah the bike bit was interesting and is something the feds can pursue as it's all on home soil. I was struggling to see how they could make anything in Europe stick.