Feds not finished with Armstrong case, going after Bruyneel for $1.2m

Feds not finished with Armstrong case, going after Bruyneel for $1.2m

U.S. Government seeks $1.2 million in damages from Johan Bruyneel. The Belgian may be out of reach, based in Madrid. Read the full article at Feds not finished with Armstrong case, going after Bruyneel for $1.2m on VeloNews.com .

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