Lance Armstrong’s Unraveling

Lance Armstrong and Astana general manager Johan Bruyneel in press conference for the 2009 Tour Down Under in Adelaide South Australia.

[Above Image: Lance Armstrong at press conference for 2009 Tour Down Under in Adelaide, South Australia.]

USA Today reports on the massive perjury penalty just handed down against cyclist and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong for lying under oath about using performance-enhancing drugs.

The $10 million sanction is believed to be the largest of its kind in American history.

“Perjury must never be profitable,” the panel wrote in its ruling.–USA Today

Not long ago, my producer and I investigated the cancer charity Armstrong founded, LiveStrong, and how its mission does not include cancer research–a great surprise to some donors. Watch the original report on LiveStrong by clicking the button below:

LiveStrong: the Cancer Charity That Doesn’t Fund Cancer Research

USA Today Article


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