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Armstrong should tell story in court: doping chief

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The courts and US anti-doping officials should decide Lance Armstrong's fate rather than the International Cycling Union, said an investigator who has chased Armstrong for years and accuses him of continuing to lie. 

This photo from June 8, 2003 shows disgraced US cyclist Lance Armstrong. The courts and US anti-doping officials should decide Armstrong's fate rather than the International Cycling Union, said an investigator who chased Armstrong for years.

US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) chief executive Travis Tygart spoke to the CBS television network in an interview broadcast on Sunday, saying he thinks the US Justice Department should join a fraud case against Armstrong.

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