Skip to comments.IOC president's role questioned in Greek doping (did he coordinate the physical attak ?)
Posted on 08/29/2004 6:41:39 AM PDT by Truth666
IOC president's role questioned in Greek doping
Rogge asked whereabouts of top sprinters, set deadline for info
ATHENS, Greece - A top Greek athletics official on Saturday questioned the role of International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge in a doping case involving Greeces top two sprinters.
Greek athletics federation president Vassilis Sevastis said Rogge had asked about the whereabouts of Costas Kenteris and Katerina Thanou hours before they missed drug tests on the eve of the Olympics and set a two-hour deadline for the information.
Its unheard of (for the International Olympic Committee president) to ask where these athletes are. It raises questions, Sevastis told Greek Mega television.
I can confirm that Rogge asked to be informed on (the athletes) location, giving a two-hour deadline. At 15.47 (3:47 p.m.) we informed (the IOC) that they had just entered the Olympic village, said Sevastis.
No immediate comment was available from the International Olympic Committee.
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The phrase "mysterious motorcycle accident" has beem used constantly since it happened. Just what is so mysterious about it?
2008 Olympics - Why did the conspirators chose greek athletes (Thanou again, Halkia, etc) again as victims
- They were forced to forbid Ekatherini Thanou to participate. Thanou, who fighted all the way back, after being victim of an horrible plot at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. (1)
- the bigger the lie the more people will believe it. (2)
(1) Athens 2004, just before the opening: the physical attack to Kenteris and Thanou, coordinated by Rogge, the IOC president, a milestone in the doping conspiracy.
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