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Old 12-28-2012, 08:41 PM #10
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Originally Posted by madsweeney View Post
Meh, I don't trust testing either. Look at Lance and all the other athletes that test clean only to be later busted. Then you have a certain trainer on record saying he can easily avoid detection 20 different ways. Its a joke and they know it, they probably just didn't care that much either way.
So what you are saying is that even if JMM had passed stricter drug tests you STILL would have suspected him.

In other words there's nothing he could do to prove to you that he's clean.
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