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Old 08-28-2012, 05:34 AM   #263
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To me it sounds almost like a last ditch attempt to lure Armstrong to "come in". The last thiing Tygart wants is for the case to be out of his hands and into the hands of the UCI or the TAS. He wants to keep it inside his court where he can control it. Why else would he be saying now that they would have applied the statue of limitations if Armstrong "had come in and been truthful," and that this is still possible because "we always remain open" and so on. Probably because he fears that the UCI and TAS won't dismiss the statue of limitations, among other things. In any case, it's a remarkable softening of tone.
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