what are they hiding? wrote:
young loyola alum, be warned... something is not right here. your coach wasn't in the dark. he knew of this situation since april (at least), he was contacted by amby, remember. after the contact by amby, the four MI articles came out, including all the super damning evidence against frank, but, when given the opportunity to distance himself, he doubles down in the la times article and throws robert brandt under the bus. we all know that frank never ran a six-minute mile w/ rb. then, they work w/ scott dominguez, who uses his name and stature in the legal community to back a marathon cheat.
let's not be naive here, folks. diaz is not stupid... he knows what six-minute miles look like. and, scott isn't dumb either - georgetown and ucla law are not a cake walk. he knows what he's doing. the scary thing is, this was coordinated effort. i'm not sure what's being hidden here, but a real journalist from the la times needs to look into this. our good old pal roderick may have uncovered something far greater than cheating in a few marathons.
lalo and scott, what are you hiding? young loyola alums... i know you're readying this thread. be careful w/ who you trust.
Gotta say it makes you wonder if there's more going on here than meets the eye, especially when you see doubler's comment below:
My take is that this is a legit post by Scott. He must have been contacted by Wharton prior to the article being published and now he's posting expressing that he wishes more of his "character reference" of Frank had been included in the article. Obviously not the brightest attorney out there.
Maybe. I messaged Wharton. I am not concerned in the least. I expect to write more about Frank. Lots of pressure being applied from all ends to try to shut down the stories and to suppress the evidence.