Dallas Morning News published an expose today, based on the Armstrong v. SCA lawsuit.
The Dallas Morning News obtained virtually all of the documents and other records presented in the case, such as transcripts of depositions and testimony given by key participants, including Mr. Armstrong. The material was provided to The News by a source who asked to remain unnamed because the proceedings were supposed to remain confidential.
There are some new revelations that shed a little light we haven't seen in earlier reports.
There's an IM between Vaughters and Andreu in 2005. "...the two men seem to discuss doping regimens allegedly used by several cyclists, including Mr. Armstrong, at the 2005 Tour. They also say that Mr. Landis is aware that some Tour riders are doping and is angry about it."
Now Vaughters says, "That conversation was a private conversation with [a] bunch of embellishments and BS, and shouldn't be taken otherwise. I don't have any first hand knowledge of any of this stuff."
They also insinuate that Franky Andreu may have been fired from Toyota United because of possible pressure from Armstrong.
OTOH they produce this whopper from Betsy Andreu: "Mrs. Andreu testified in the case that she feared that Mr. Armstrong had hacked into her computer, although she couldn't produce any evidence. She said that a woman who works with him told her that he had put a device on his ex-wife's computer that could monitor keystrokes." Armstrong's attorney says, "That gives you a crystal-clear snapshot of Betsy Andreu's credibility...She utters these allegations in the same breath and with the same fervor as all her other allegations and they should be given the same credence. None."