Armstrong Says USPS 'Looked The Other Way' On Doping

By Michael Macagnone (February 17, 2016, 6:58 PM EST) -- Former cyclist Lance Armstrong told a DC federal judge Wednesday that the Postal Service knew professional cycling was a "cesspool" of doping when it sponsored Armstrong's career, illustrating his ongoing argument that the government won't be able to prove it was damaged by his alleged lies over performance-enhancing drug use.

Armstrong's counsel, Elliot Peters, sketched out his case against the allegations Wednesday, as the parties come toward the end of discovery. Teeing up a likely motions battle later on this year, Peters said the judge should be able to rule without a trial on many of the allegations, including whether the...

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