I am sure the attorneys for all of the companies he scammed, individuals he trashed, and media he slandered are salivating over the prospect of hauling him into court:
Lance Armstrong said in his Thursday night interview with Oprah Winfrey that he did not do anything to try to influence the U.S. Atty.’s office in Los Angeles to drop its grand-jury probe of him last February.
“No, none, that’s very difficult to influence,” he said.
Asked if he thought he had achieved victory from the scrutiny of doping allegations when no charges were filed, he said, “I thought I was out of the woods.”
Armstrong told Winfrey he’s convinced he could have avoided this scenario if he had remained retired after the seventh Tour win. He said his comeback “didn’t sit well with” ex-teammate Floyd Landis.
Yeah, it was all Floyd's fault you cheated.
I lied. I found the channel and am watching it. He admits he was a bully.
That's an understatement.
Instead of doing a self-serving interview on national television, Lance Armstrong needs to apologize to each and every person whose lives he ruined, starting with Greg and Kathy LeMond.