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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Twin Cities attorney Clark Griffith sentenced in indecent exposure case
Clark Griffith has been sentenced to undergo sex-offender counseling after exposing himself earlier this year to a St. Paul law student, Ramsey County District Judge George Stephenson ruled Thursday. The 70-year-old Twin Cities attorney and son of former Twins owner Calvin Griffith entered an Alford plea of guilty to an indecent-exposure charge in June, and will not serve any jail time. The case could be dismissed in a year.
Opinion: Armstrong fans can always cheer Minnesota's LeMond
Lance Armstrong's record seven Tour De France titles are being stripped by the US Anti-Doping Agency -- perhaps leaving the American cycling community without a hero. Then you look back and remember a Minnesotan that did it without performance enhancers, and overcame medical struggles of his own.
Son of former Twins owner enters Alford guilty plea on indecent exposure charge
Clark Griffith, a Minneapolis attorney whose father, Calvin, owned the Minnesota Twins until 1984, on Wednesday entered an Alford plea of guilty on an indecent exposure charge. In January, Griffith, 70, formerly an adjunct professor at William Mitchell School of Law, exposed himself and told a 24-year-old female student to touch his penis, according to the charges.
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