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05/23/2008

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alexx

While it is good that Pettigrew is co-operating, no one should get to keep their medals after cheating. That would be like allowing bank robbers to keep the money they have stolen. In the case of bank robbers, we would not accept the excuse that it was another member of the gang that did the actual crime - nor should it be acceptable for other team members to keep their medals.

Perhaps the real question we should ask, is... should the US be permitted to compete in the relay events at the next Olympic games and World Championships?

If we consider both the men's and women's relay events, there seems to have been a clear pattern of cheating here.

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