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Essendon and Hird – vindicated after 784 days in the AFL’s anti-doping hell

Essendon and Hird – vindicated after 784 days in the AFL’s anti-doping hell

Two and a half years later--after all of the character assassination--the players are now found not to have doped. Somebody in government needs to look at why this has happened and how can we ensure that it doesn’t happen again.

ASADA, the AFL and WADA – The main game

ASADA, the AFL and WADA – The main game

The bloody-minded focus upon a possible assertion of a possible anti-doping case against Essendon players, staff or even Stephen Dank, may well be found to be lacking if and when it comes to be tested in the proper forum and at the proper standard of proof.

Defending Essendon – an open letter from Bruce Francis

Defending Essendon – an open letter from Bruce Francis

Self-proclaimed "reasonable man", Bruce Francis defends the Essendon Football Club.

Pointing the finger – Who are the dopers, who are the organised criminals?

Pointing the finger – Who are the dopers, who are the organised criminals?

The problem for the Australia Government now is that it appears that the public version of the Crime Commission report is just the tip of the iceberg. The Government and ASADA are in damage control and the countries top football leagues (Australian football’s AFL and Rugby League’s NRL) are in crisis.

Post-Armstrong Cycling Australia eats itself alive

Post-Armstrong Cycling Australia eats itself alive

Others in the Cycling Australia network also need to come clean about their participation - in many different ways - in the long-term corruption of Australian cycling. They need to reveal their roles in maintaining the Armstrong conspiracy and their role in inducting others into that system.