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Jun 30, 2006

2006 Tour de France doping conspiracy - illuminati repeat Athens 2004 Olympics script

Hours before the begin of the Tour de France 2006, the time for the illuminati to detonate the bomb to destroy cycling has come. (1)
They repeat the script used with Kostas Kenteris, the greek hero falsely accused of doping, hours before the opening ceremony of the Olympics in Athens 2004.
This time no longer need of a plot involving a physical attack to their victims, like  in Athens, where the illuminati sent Kostas Kenteris to the hospital, after an aggression, to suggest that he was trying to escape doping controls. (2)
Hearsay and faked documents are now enough to terminate career of the two world's top cyclists, Ivan Basso and Jan Ullrich.
All of it topped with the usual illuminati jokes... "we are now demanding evidence of his (Ullrich) innocence." (3)
(1) Cycling is one of the most natural individual sports, coming second after running and jumping.
Cycling and the Tour de France in particular has been, year after year, one of the most inspiring events capturing the interest of youth into natural sports in Europe, in particular France, Italy and Spain.
With the appearance of Lance Armstrong and Jan Ullrich, cycling became also very popular in the US and Germany.
(2)  2004 August - Conspiracy at the Olympics (HOW and WHY) - 75,000 refuse to swallow the BIG LIE

(3) STRASBOURG, France — A major doping scandal threw the first Tour de France of the post-Lance Armstrong era into chaos Friday, with favorites Jan Ullrich and Ivan Basso forced out of the world's premier cycling race under a cloud of suspicion. With Basso, Ullrich, Vinokourov and Mancebo out, other riders have greater hopes of succeeding Armstrong as Tour de France champion, or at least taking a place on the podium. But no one stands out as a firm favorite in the reshaped field.
The scandal centers on Eufemiano Fuentes, a sports doctor in Madrid who allegedly helped dozens of riders with performance-enhancing blood doping. Johan Bruyneel, coach of the U.S.-based Discovery Channel team, said the Spanish investigation "is probably the biggest doping scandal in cycling and maybe even in sports ever. "There's been a lot of damage done already, but it's getting so big that cycling is losing credibility," Bruyneel told
The scandal has been brewing for weeks. Late Thursday, Spanish authorities sent race organizers more than 40 pages summarizing police investigations into a ring that allegedly supplied riders and other athletes with banned drugs and performance-enhancing blood transfusions.
Police reportedly found anabolic steroids, human growth hormones, the endurance-boosting substance EPO and about 100 bags of frozen blood, many marked in a secret code that identified professional cyclists.

The doping involved drawing oxygen-rich blood at high altitudes to obtain a concentrate of red blood cells, then injecting them back into riders before a race to boost endurance. Nine Tour de France riders — Basso and Ullrich included — were implicated in the police report, cycling's governing body said. Their teams were informed and, with the exception of the Astana-Wurth team, all quickly told their racers they were out.
Jean-Marie Leblanc, outgoing Tour director, said the Spanish investigators cited doping "dosages" apparently prescribed for Ullrich, Basso, Sevilla and Francesco Mancebo, who was also withdrawn from the Tour by his team, AG2R. Asked whether T-Mobile would consider cutting ties with Ullrich, T-Mobile spokesman Stefan Wagner replied, "Certainly ... we are now demanding evidence of his innocence."
Ullrich, at age 32 nearing the end of his career, said he was "absolutely shocked." "I could cry, going home in such good shape," he said. "I need a few days for myself and then I'll try to prove my innocence with the help of my lawyer. And I'll go on fighting."
Basso, runner-up to Armstrong last year, had been hoping to become the first rider since Marco Pantani in 1998 to win both the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in the same year.

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