Big scandal: Admits to purchase of illegal drug

In a vidneerklæring, which he delivered in september, recognises the doctor Richard Freeman now that he has lied repeatedly during the protracted investigation

Big scandal: Admits to purchase of illegal drug

In a vidneerklæring, which he delivered in september, recognises the doctor Richard Freeman now that he has lied repeatedly during the protracted investigation

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
30 October 2019 Wednesday 00:00
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Big scandal: Admits to purchase of illegal drug

In a vidneerklæring, which he delivered in september, recognises the doctor Richard Freeman now that he has lied repeatedly during the protracted investigation of a scandal that has cast a shadow over british cycling and in particular the flagship Team Ineos.

He acknowledges, according to the newspaper the Daily Mail, that it was he who, in may 2011 ordered 30 doses of the product Testogel to delivery on cyklebanen in Manchester, where both the british cykleforbund British Cycling and Team Ineos - then under the name of Team Sky kept to.

Freeman was at the time employed in both places and worked on Team Sky in particular, with Bradley Wiggins, who won the Tour de France 2012.

the Doctor Richard Freeman run the risk of losing the right to practice, if the uk General Medical Council finds him guilty of supplying cyclists with enhancing drugs. Photo: Tim Goode / Ritzau Scanpix.

Freeman's many lies are told as the consequence of the fact that he's not able to drive themselves to tell the truth’, writes the Daily Mail, which quotes Freeman vidneerklæring, who on Tuesday was read during the hearing, who will decide the doctor's future in the profession.

Now he speaks, however, true, assures the Freeman and expect that the entire world will believe that the performance-enhancing testosterone were commissioned for use by a member of staff at the velodrom in Manchester and not to the riders of dopingøjemed.

Testogel is a jelly containing the male sex hormone testosterone, which, after applied on the skin can increase a atlets performance. It is commonly used for patients who have reduced production of the hormone, which among other things may result in decreased sexual desire and erectile dysfunction.

the Prosecutor in the case against Freeman is the british General Medical Council (GMC), which is a counterpart to the Danish Agency for Patient safety. The case could cost the Freeman the right to practise as a doctor.

the GMC is expected according to the Daily Mail to call an endocrinologist, an expert in endocrinology minimum period, who will be able to demonstrate that the relevant member of staff, which Freeman allegedly purchased testosteronproduktet to, didn't need it.

the Hearing is expected only completed 20. december.

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Updated: 30.10.2019 00:00
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