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  • Fraud, bribery, threats, thuggery, drugs. He still has hundereds of millions from cheating and that's fraud.

    Drug cheat, Drug cheat, Drug cheat, Drug cheat, Drug cheat, Drug cheat, Drug cheat, Drug cheat, loser loser loser loser loser loser, cheat cheat cheat, thug thug thug thug thug thug thug, and I don't give a shit if he survived cancer that was most likely brought on by his cheating. Fuck Lance Armstrong. Send the prick to jail !!!

  • Cheated the sport, sport fans and taxpayers

    He bullied and manipulated everyone around him with a single goal, to win, this included threats, bullying and using banned performance enhancing drugs and when all is said and done, showed how a connected and powerful person can pretty much do whatever he wants. He hid behind his cancer charity as a shield against anyone who would dare to accuse him. Ultimatly it was morally wrong on so many levels, legally he cheated taxpayers and sponsors and profited at the expense of clean athletes.

  • Put him in jail

    The thing that gets to me about most people and politicians is how come there is not MORE OUTRAGE and proteset about someone who lies and misrepresents gives false depositions ruins good truthful innocent lives for over a decade when everything points to just the opposite of what he is stating in the media and courtroom depositions is beyond me . I have seen people go to jail for a long time for doing far less .In the us and abroad it's not the crime that gets u locked up most times it has to do with who u are .Innocent people accept plea deals everyday and go to jail for things they haven't done because the system is so corrupt for people without a lot of money . There is no
    Justice ( JUST-ICE ) and it is cold. But no matter what (some people) do they( will never) go to jail .

  • He is a bastard

    Plain and simple. A thief. A crook. A penultimate lier. Ruined all his friends and destroyed people's lives. He kept hiding behind his cancer story. The doctors at the hospital should have gone to the fbi and described his admission of guilt when he was diagnosed with cancer. The doctors and politicians covered it up too.

  • He is a bastard

    Plain and simple. A thief. A crook. A penultimate lier. Ruined all his friends and destroyed people's lives. He kept hiding behind his cancer story. The doctors at the hospital should have gone to the fbi and described his admission of guilt when he was diagnosed with cancer. The doctors and politicians covered it up too.

  • Not just a doper but a bully and a fraud

    Yes, others in the sport doped but no one else ruthlessly enforced the lie to the extent that they ruined other people's lives and careers (Greg LeMond, the Andreus, etc.). He also bullied younger, less powerful and more impressionable team members into covering his lies and engaging in the same health debilitating steroid abuse.

    Yes, he's survived cancer but he ended in practices that that are known to dramatically increase one's risk for exactly the type of cancer that he had. In fact, the aggressive spread of his cancer was definitely due to the increased metabolic effect of the drugs he took. When examined I that light, only the foolish would believe that his cancer story and actions are laudable.

    He should have to: 1)pay restitution to the US taxpayers that he defrauded, 2) pay damages to the lives he destroyed, and 3) serve jail time for perjury and fraud.

    The fact that this man is still a millionaire is the most damning indictment of the current US legal system which actively jails and penalizes the poor for traffic tickets (research jail for tickets in Georgia to get detail), but finds a way to let criminals and their benefactors (Lance Armstrong, Ruth Madoff, & dozens of others) remain rich and free.

  • Thousands go to jail for lesser deeds

    Lance's crimes are not victim less. Worst of all he is a self appointed hero, while with a straight face bulling any one with the real courage to stand up to him. With out money and power he would be doing time.
    I think a jury of his peers would lock him up.

  • He's a sociopath who destroyed lives.

    He used his fame to destroy many people's lives and livelihood, people who tried to expose his lies and fraud. He is an egomaniac and a sociopath. When Nixon lied, you can see his nervousness. When Lance lied, he was cool as a cucumber, and diverted attention by attacking his accusers. He has no remorse. He should go to jail for at least 10 years for what he had done to them.
    I can understand his need to acquire vast amounts of money because he came from poor trash. I can understand his lies to cover up his doping. I can understand he is only hurting his own body. But he did something no other athlete did. Lance threatened, bribed, and destroyed people.

  • Even if only for a brief sentence, he should serve time for the numerous times he perjured when under oath.

    Without jail time the strong message against perjuring while under oath will lost by many. This man was no less than a national icon who enjoyed a lengthy and completely ill-begotten stay at the heights of public adoration. If we don't respond strongly to this, it just adds yet more support to the notion than U.S. values are questionable.

  • Is that a real question?

    He lied in every federal or other medium possible. He defamed friends and colleagues. Paid off her hundreds of people in a desperate racketeering scheme. Stole millions of dollars from clueless innocents. Misrepresented the will of American beliefs. We have charged people as terrorists for less. This man is a disgusting sociopath who deserves more than prison time.

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  • Doping is not a severe criminal offense

    Although doping is banned in sports, it is not always considered a criminal activity. Many forms of doping banned in athletics, such as blood doping, are perfectly legal. Even criminal forms of doping, such as the use of illegal steroids, are misdemeanors with minor penalties that can take years to prosecute and require a standard of proof that is extremely difficult to meet without evidence of a failed drug test.

  • No

    He could if some people wanted him to but it's not likely. He's lost millions, is going to lose more, his legacy is now regarded as a thing that didn't happen and he's in general painted as a jerk to everybody in his life. He has much, much less than he did not too long ago, putting him in prison isn't going to solve anything.


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