Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Prior to the release of the final Harry Potter book, marketing companies ran a campaign entitled Severus Snape: Friend or Foe. Like Harry Potter, most of what has been written about Lance Armstrong is fiction. Is Lance Armstrong a hero or a villain? If one wants to know the truth, one has to start at the beginning of the story and really look at the USADA's first hand evidence which sheds new light on Lance Armstrong and what he has been accused of doing. @Change2aid, Brian Mueller, and Lexstop Law Firm LLC have compiled a timely and relevant news article detailing the case against Armstrong based on the USADA's investigation of him, the changing perceptions regarding Armstrong, and a call to action for Lance Armstrong and is releasing it for immediate publication. As it appears imminent that Lance Armstrong will confess to doping during his Tour de France winning years, it is important to read this article first so his words and admissions can be put in the proper context. Before watching the Oprah Winfrey interview with Lance Armstrong tonight and tomorrow, read the full article at http://lexstop.com/the-curious-case-of-lance-armstrong-by-brian-mueller/ first. An excerpt from the story is written here to pique interest.
F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, “show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.” Nowhere does this quotation seem more apt than in the case of Lance Armstrong. On one side of the coin people see the hero: a brash and outspoken Texan who overcame stage 3 cancer and became the first seven-time Tour De France champion, a man who founded the Livestrong foundation that has raised over 470 million dollars worldwide to fight the disease that almost claimed his life, a man who made an entire sport relevant in the United States. On the other side of the coin, the public sees man who has gone through a divorce, a man who has harshly and vehemently attacked every critic time and time again, a man who many believe only achieved his Tour victories through the use of performance enhancing drugs. His world appears to be crumbling all around him. His seven Tour de France titles have been stripped, he has resigned from the Livestrong Foundation he founded amid public pressure, his sponsors have largely abandoned him, and lawsuits by former critics that Lance Armstrong himself helped disgrace seem imminent. Lance Armstrong is still there is one question left to answer. What is the truth about Lance Armstrong?
“You see everything in black or white.”-Ritter
“Not black or white, right or wrong.” –Jack Ryan
“The world is gray.” -Ritter
-Quotes from the movie Clear and Present Danger
The question cannot be answered. Lance Armstrong is a complicated creature whose life does not fit neatly into either right or wrong. What should be expected from the Oprah Winfrey/Lance Armstrong interview? The public will probably get some answers, but the public never going to know exactly what Lance was thinking or doing all those years ago. There is an ancient Chinese proverb that reads, “life is a piece of paper upon which every person leaves a mark.” One would expect not to have all the answers. Interesting people lead interesting lives. When one takes big risks, their mistakes and faults are displayed on a global scale. Lance Armstrong has touched and been touched by millions of people. The public is certainly not going to understand everything in a 90 minute taped interview, but it should be very interesting. To continue reading this article, go to http://lexstop.com/the-curious-case-of-lance-armstrong-by-brian-mueller/
R. Brian Mueller
@Change2aid on twitter
Saint Louis, Missouri
Change2aid is a charitable cause that was, in part, inspired by the Livestrong Bracelet. R. Brian Mueller is the founding member of Lexstop Law Firm LLC (http://www.lexstop.com). The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.