I am sure many of us are sick and frustrated by those false
accusations poured onto the Chinese girls. I don't mind the majority
of them, but I do mind top athelets and officials doing that. I would
like to ask some netters, preferably in the field of British law
regarding liable cases, to consider and recommend a good lawyer for
Wang. If Joan Allison doesn't mind "going on record" to accuse Wang
without any evidence, she then is liable for the damages to Wang's
reputation. The same rule applies to the crying girl(I forgot her
name, we might forgive her since she is heart-broken;-).
It's very clever that IAAF people and maturer officials don't speak as
Joan Allison did. Even if you doubt it, it's better to keep your mouth
shut util you've got proof. Otherwise, how about the reputation of the
Chinese girls? They may one day compete professionally in the world
and get sponsored by Nike for millions. It's time for them to think of
a way to make some money this way now;-)
Here is another excerpt from today's newspaper.
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London(Reuter) 1993.9.16. British atheletics' top coach Frank***
distanced himself on Tuesday from *** accusations levelled at
China's record-breaking women runners.
"Until such time as you have clear evidence that thaere has been illegal behavior I don't think we should jump to any collusions," said***.
His comments come hot on the heels of outspoken allegations of drug-taking from Britain's team manager Joan Allison.
Allison remarked:"I don't mind going on record as saying I believe these girls are taking ***."