"I was not trying to say that Dick was bad guy or a crook," Armstrong said of his letter, "but I might want to say that today. He's trying to divert attention from the serious ethical issues involving WADA and himself."
His agent and attorney went even further, accusing Pound of acting without conclusive proof or due process. They said Pound had a hand in ensuring that an identifying code was included with the results of tests for EPO conducted by a French lab on Armstrong's urine samples six years after they were taken. ."