Lance Armstrong mocks Twin Cities attorney Griffith in doping case rant

Cyclist Lance Armstrong took to Twitter Friday to mock Minneapolis attorney Clark Griffith, a member of the review board that recommended doping charges against the seven-time Tour de France winner. Armstrong targeted Griffith's character, citing misdemeanor indecent exposure charges the lawyer faced in the Twin Cities.
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Cyclist Lance Armstrong took to Twitter Friday to mock Minneapolis attorney Clark Griffith, a member of the review board that recommended doping charges against the seven-time Tour de France winner. Armstrong targeted Griffith's character, citing misdemeanor indecent exposure charges the lawyer faced in the Twin Cities.

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