QUOTE (Method @ Dec 11 2010, 10:24 AM)
Did any of you catch the interview w Dr. Conti where he said the cutoff ould have NO bearing on an athlete's ability to cheat? That an athlete could dope his blood right up to fight time, random testing w no cut-off or not?
The interview is out there. I think I read it over on Max's boards or B-Scene or somewhere about a week or so ago.
If they use an EPO it's illegal.. But if they train at high altitude or use a hyperbaric chamber it's legal lol. same things, just different ways of getting it.
The cutoff can keep someone from using some things but not everything. if i remember correctly blood tests can catch prolonged use of some PEDs so i'll be literally laughing my ass off if Pac got caught on something.
QUOTE (Method @ Dec 11 2010, 10:21 AM)
Actually, JLUV, it goes BEYOND that. She (or ANY battered person) doesnt have to file ANYTHING. The STATE files charges. Its never a matter of the victim filing or not. Once the state determines any sort of assault (well, to be SURE, I am talking about DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, so technically, this may not apply), but at least where domestic violence is concerned, the spouse has no say in filing or not. The state brings up those charges. The spouse can testify or not, or can paint a pretty picture if they wantto protect their other half, but the state brings those charges. So maybe there's a difference since PBF isn't living w this woman (so scratch the "domestic" portion).
it's domestic and it's the state. the judge is already sympathizing with Mayweather, I think Mayweather's lawyer asks for a trial with no jury and really grills the woman about everything then makes it sound like Mayweather is so sorry all the other bullshit. I don't doubt that this cat is getting off easy for someone with a history of getting in trouble.