We'd say he should be entitled to it — especially if they've taken away everything he's ever earned.
Call it a common courtesy.
Lance Armstrong and his lawyer are criticizing how the USADA went about his doping case, saying the agency should send the International Cycling Union ALL of its evidence in the Armstrong case, not just a limited report packaged to support the sanctions.
The letter that his lawyer sent was scathing, noting that the law firm hired by USADA has also done work for some dirty tobacco companies, which have fought against anti-smoking legislation that Armstrong has been supporting. It also accused the USADA of acting as:
"prosecutor, judge, jury, appellate court and executioner [issuing a] biased, one-sided and untested version of events."
The USADA claims to have 10 witnesses ready to testify.
Lance and his team still deny any doping, pointing to him never failing a drug test. They also say the statute of limitations on ruling on this case had passed.
We totally think he should be allowed to see the evidence!
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