An anonymous group, InvestigateLance.org , is trying to get Congress to investigate Lance for doping!
We are an anonymous anti-doping group of cyclists based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, CA who are concerned with the future of cycling in America... We are a here to make sure that the truth is delivered to the deserving fans of Lance Armstrong. We will accept interviews, but unfortunately the current state in the Lance Armstrong controlled industry side of cycling does not allow for us to reveal our true identities in fear of us losing our jobs and hurting our families. The situation is that critical that if you ask a question about Lance Armstrong doping it will certainly result in termination. Please Investigate Lance Armstrong and put this controversy to end once and for all.
The timing is auspicious since Trek recently severed its relationship with Greg Lemond. A comment in the guest book -- not an official statement, mind, but fwiw, reads:
Message: Greg Lemond is not affiliated with InvestigateLance.org. This website was created by a group of anti-doping activists that work deep within the cycling industry and at USA Cycling. We are tired of the lies, and the future generations need us to do something about it. Investigating Lance is the first step...
Still, it kind of stinks. Whoever's behind this is REALLY pissed. A Congressional investigation? That cure would be worse than the disease.