Tag Archives: ASADA

MORE POWERS, FEWER RIGHTS – Tuesday February 26 2013

– They can compel you to hand over evidence. You can be forced to answer questions in secret hearings and then prohibited from telling anyone about it. You may not be a suspect, but if you fail to comply you … Continue reading

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ACC: WHAT A CRIMINAL WASTE – Monday February 18 2013

– Controversy over the Australian Crime Commission report on organised crime and drugs in sport has highlighted the downgrading of the ACC from a royal commission-style investigative body to a mere crime intelligence agency. The change in direction by the … Continue reading

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JABS WERE CLEAN – Thursday February 7 2013

– The man at the centre of the Essendon drugs scandal, Stephen Dank, claims the injections he gave players last week were clean. The club’s former performance scientist yesterday emphatically rejected suggestions he had overseen the inappropriate use of supplements … Continue reading

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