I haven't been following the Floyd Landis' doping case, but this article (sports.espn.go.com) caught my eye. It details a phone call that Landis (allegedly) made to LeMond in August and another phone call that his business manager made the night before LeMond testified. The business manager, in a fit of idiocy, decided to use LeMond's past as a victim of child molestation to try and convince him not to testify against Landis. Sordid, shocking stuff.
Free advice: If you are going to make a threatening phone call, especially to frighten someone into not testifying, then don't use a phone number than can be traced to you personally.
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Ticket sales for UFC 129 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto have already hit the 42K mark and tix have not even gone on sale to the general public. Looks like this could be even bigger than W.M. in Atlanta. http://sports.espn.go.com/extra/mma/news/story?...