Armstrong Teammate Details Doping In USPS' FCA Suit

By Dietrich Knauth (January 17, 2013, 9:14 PM EST) -- A former teammate of Lance Armstrong detailed rampant doping by the U.S. Postal Service cycling team in a False Claims Act suit leaked to the media Thursday as the U.S. Department of Justice faced a deadline to decide whether to join the suit.

In the complaint, published Thursday on the New York Daily News' website, former Armstrong teammate Floyd Landis claims the team practiced blood doping, used steroids and injected human growth hormone, which the Postal Service claims violated the "morals clause" of their contract.

The DOJ declined to comment when asked whether it had intervened in a False Claims Act...

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