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The Ullrich Case: Sporting Fraud

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I don't want to get dragged down into the bottomless pit of doping right now, when we should be celebrating the sport's better nature (Flanders) instead, but I am very curious from a legal perspective about sporting fraud. Has anyone seen a description of the elements of a sporting fraud case? On its face, it sounds silly to me. You have to do a Claude Raines "I am shocked, SHOCKED to find gambling going on here" to claim you've been defrauded by the presence of PEDs in Cycling. I wonder if the reasonable, prudent person is immune to fraud at this point. Help?