At the end of the second video, Lance Armstrong says that he was a bully with the people who accused him of doping…
Lance Armstrong’s Confession – Oprah’s Next Chapter – Oprah Winfrey Network
For the first time since cyclist Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from elite competition by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, he sits down for a no-holds-barred interview, with Oprah. For years, he’s denied that he used banned substances to enhance his cycling performance. Will he finally come clean? Find out now.
Watch Part 2 of Oprah’s interview with Lance Armstrong on Friday, January 18, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on OWN. The interview will be simultaneously streamed LIVE worldwide on Oprah.com.
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At the end of this next video, Lance Armstrong says that he was a bully with all the people who accused him of doping:
UPDATE: For me the saddest part is that Lance Armstrong abused his power and money to sue people who accused him, he was a bully like he said it:
” Allegations about Armstrong’s involvement with drugs come from at least this far back. Steve Swart, team-mate of Armstrong’s on Motorola, said that Armstrong was the central figure in encouraging riders to dope. His claims were published in two books, and Armstrong sued after their publication: He dropped one lawsuit in France, and had another dismissed, being slightly more successful when obtaining a judgement in England after a newspaper there printed an excerpt about it. But where the books were published, in France, Armstrong never had a case – it was not proven the books were lying. ”
Source: cavalierfc.tumblr.com (if you read the article, you’ll see that this started way back in the 1993 year)
UPDATE 2: This video was made 2 days before the interview with Oprah… From here it results that Lance Armstrong was forced to admit by the evidences against him and his team, and it was already too late, he did it when he had no other option:
Lance Armstrong might return millions in sponsorship
Tue Jan 15 2013Travis Tygart, chief executive of the U.S. Anti Doping Agency, says he’s not surprised Lance Armstrong may be moving closer to admitting performance enhancing drug use.CBS News