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Re: Operation Puerto
« Reply #30 on: January 27, 2013, 10:25 »
the UCI can ask each rider's national governing body to investigate.  If the offenses are still within the statute of limitations, and any offenses can be proven (including using testimony obtained in this case) then yes, they can be sanctioned.

Just because doping isnt illegal in spain, doesnt mean it is allowable in sport.  Its not illegal in many countries .... US, Australia, UK etc ...

the evidence can still be used

Spain would need to provide the evidence, not sure court notes can be used , maybe they could?

Plus ably would need a fair hearing, would the court notes provide that?

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