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The Courts

Submission + - Floyd Landis Gets It, 'open sources' defense

dbrower writes: "As reported on trust but verify, Floyd Landis, the 2006 Tour de France Champion, is "open sourcing" the evidence in his doping case. He calls it "the wikipedia defense," and it took a while to get his legal team to agree. The documents will be on his official site, FloydLandis.com, and will be mirrored to archive.org with the "floyd landis" tag and indexed by TBV. Landis had leaked a few documents to TBV anonymously to judge the kind of reaction they'd get. The reconstruction work by TBV readers helped cement the case for releasing the whole pile."

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