Saturday, January 5, 2013
Lance Armstrong: Sell Confession?
Selling his story for money. Selling his story in exchange for reduced prison time? Marion Jones got 6 months.
Selling his story to pay off the legion of lawsuits?
Should Armstrong decide to make a "confession", What should we expect?
More deception. It will be carefully scripted by lawyers in an attempt to satisfy certain legal requirements and, overall, to rehabilitate his image.
He has not only lied, via false denials ("unreliable denials") but slandered and attacked the eye witnesses. He paid off some, pummeled others, and was merciless to anyone who got in his way.
We should not expect him to be honest, even in his admission, but to minimize and soft peddle his destruction of others.
It is not a confession to cleanse the soul, but to cash in...
Expect the following:
1. "Everyone did it"
2. "I was only making the playing field honest"
3. "Everyone was willing"
4. "I barely used; just enough to stay even with others..."
5. "My training was more regimented than anyone else's in history"
6. "I am going to donate the proceeds from this (movie, book, interview)..." (in hopes of winning back a sponsorship)
He is a sociopathic liar who has destroyed lives and reputations.
Let's hope America has had enough of the nonsense.
2nd article beneath first