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Lance Armstrong May Testify Under Oath About Doping



Facing a federal criminal investigation and a deadline tonight to tell all under oath to anti-doping authorities or lose his last chance at reducing his lifetime sporting ban, Lance Armstrong now may cooperate.

His apparent 11th-hour about-face, according to the U.S. Anti Doping Agency (USADA), means he now might testify under oath and give full details to USADA of how he cheated for so long.

The news of Armstrong’s unexpected possible cooperation came a day after ABC News reported he was in the crosshairs of federal criminal investigators. According to a high-level source, “agents are actively investigating Armstrong for obstruction, witness tampering and intimidation” for allegedly threatening people who dared tell the truth about his cheating.

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