London, The fate of a bike rider Lance Armstrong of the United States escalating concern. Scandal dopingnya made seven Tour de France titles revoked her. In fact, the ban against Armstrong has not stopped.
After a number of sponsors seek redress, now turn to the British newspaper The Sunday Times.
In 2006, The Sunday Times, was sued by Armstrong after they preach about the use of drugs that made Armstrong to improve his condition following the Tour de France championships.
As a result, the newspaper had to pay 485 thousand pounds, equivalent to Rp 7.5 billion. However, over time the true facts finally revealed.
After the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), issued a statement that proved Armstrong doping. In the Armstrong investigation using various drugs such as erythropoietin (EPO). As a result, his Tour de France which was achieved revoked.
"Obviously the news we did not cheat. However, it was Armstrong who committed fraud by using drugs (doping) to improve its performance," the official told The Sunday Times as reported by Armstrong's lawyer SuperSport.
The Sunday Times, is now prosecuting or suing Armstrong with 1.5 million pounds, equivalent to Rp 23.4 billion.