With talk of prison sentence and financial repercussions from law suits and having to return money, Lance Armstrong's highly publicized "confession" may end up making him a fortune just the same.
USADA confirmed that before going on Oprah, he contacted them. Everything he does is calculated.
He granted the interview to one who knew nothing about cycling and could not ask, on the fly, follow up questions.
Everything Armstrong has done has been calculated to benefit him, even if it meant destroying others.
Tomorrow night's show is no different.
When the CEO of Nike was asked about a possible reunion between Nike and Lance Armstrong, in light of his Oprah publicity stunt, the CEO said, "Never say never."
Expect a carefully staged "admission" along with blaming others, blaming cycling, and, if need be, throwing others under the bus to restore his own name.
He is a sociopathic liar who does not care who he destroys. This is why he cowardly taunted and threatened the wives of his own teammates.