I seriously doubt it

As an adjunct to the computer hacker story published everywhere yesterday, L’Equipe also published the speculation of an unnamed investigator that someone close to Floyd Landis was at fault. Now that part of the story is beginning to create some buzz.

Apparantly what is leading those in the story to suspect the Landis camp is the email tries to coorabate Landis defense around certain pieces of data being in error. The fake email ‘admits’ to those errors.

If that is the case, then I am an official suspect in the case since I am knowledgeable of Floyd’s defense strategy and his points of contention. I also reside in the US. Unfortunately, that list is quite long given the public dissemination of information from Floyd’s camp.

I think it is entirely likely that someone who is convinced of Floyd Landis’ innocence broke into the labs servers in a misguided attempt to help him. Floyd may even know the person. I don’t think this was a coordinated attempt by Floyd and his defense team to discredit the lab by breaking through its computer security and sending out emails claiming ineptness.

Especially when the LNDD has done such a good job at proving its own ineptness.

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3 Responses to I seriously doubt it

  1. Debby says:

    What a circus. Are we in NeverNeverland? It gets stranger by the minute.

  2. Yol says:

    I wouldn’t put it past them to hack their own system [think of Dan Aykroyd in his nasty Santa suit, planting drugs in Billy Ray Valentine’s desk]. I’m willing to wager they’ll soon be asking for government funding in reaction to the “security breach”. What has me suspicious is the fact that the police are mum “We can’t comment while the investigation is in progress” but somehow the lab is certain they know it’s someone from the Landis camp.

    Are French police so bad that laboratory employees have ID’d the perp before the police?

  3. pelotonjim says:

    Hmm, You guys gave me an idea. See the next post

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