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.
"Teach children that they have great potential because they are human." -Warrior
My last bow was a 1970's Sears recurve bow handed down from my cousins in Santa Clara back when I was a lad that was given items of value from random family members. As far as I can tell, there are no new hand-me down bows in my future.