Friday, 18 April 2008

WADA CASE in hand...

A working week has prevented the usual update and decisively incisive commentaries, as we ambled through the world of newly-created pharmaceutical compounds in search of proper TM names...

So this is a typical late-Friday afternoon update (for Europe: good morning Utah, California)...

NO 'amicus brief' possible, says CAS

WADAwatch wishes to acknowledge, and does graciously thank Monsier Matthieu Reeb, Secretary-General at the TAS/CAS secretariat, for his timely reply to our second request, for an opportunity to submit the 'WADAwatch Amicus Brief' before today's deadline passed, in the Floyd Landis case.

According to M. Reeb, CAS rules do not permit such third party submissions.

We understand, that being the case, and we are positively hoping that the right people, within the litigation, may have been pointed to it, either through their monitoring of our blog, or from our good friends TrustbutVerify, or VeloVortmax.

The power of the truth will shine through Lac Léman's fogs, as a system-shaking decision gets drafted, somewhere between the three arbitration specialists' far-flung homes (see this TbV post for the arbitrators' information).


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daniel m (a/k/a Rant) said...


Shame they wouldn't look at your brief. Not surprising, really. But a shame, nonetheless.

- Rant

ZENmud productions said...

hi Rant,

I'm 'preparing the world' for another article on Landis via Landeluce's prism...

Good luck on your publishing... may have 'startling news' in the next month of a similar nature...

Ciao mate,

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