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No proof of doping does not mean innocence — CAS Secretary General to RT

By ethan / February 13, 2018

Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) Secretary General Matthieu Reeb has told RT that he sees nothing illegal or odd in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) refusing athletes entry, even in the absence of evidence. “The duty of the IOC was to show that the athletes involved in this case were guilty of an anti-doping […]


Netanyahu maintains innocence as Israeli police edge closer to indicting PM for corruption

By ethan / February 8, 2018

As Israeli authorities prepare to indict Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges, the Prime Minister has addressed his supporters to reassure them of his innocence and his readiness to battle the charges in court. Netanyahu has been under investigation for allegedly taking bribes from campaign contributors in exchange for political favors since August. The Prime Minister […]


Bad week for WADA: ‘Violating presumption of innocence’ & overturned decisions

By ethan / February 2, 2018

WADA has seen a series of setbacks lately. Following a fine for violating the presumption of innocence, the CAS cleared 28 Russian athletes of the lifetime bans imposed by the anti-doping agency. On January 31, the High Court of Paris ruled that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) violated the presumption of innocence of Habib Cisse, […]

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