800 coach wrote:
His death comes just two weeks after that of Russian Anti-doping agency founding chairman, Vyacheslav Sinev's death.
Is anyone on here naive enough to think this isn't state-sponsored murder?
You guys clearly do not follow IOC politics much. Sinev and Kamaev are about average for corruption.
Yes, they were due to be shuffled off the top of the deck for PR reasons, but, they were really about average. Their wives/children will have millions in bribes in the bank.
There's no way they would have turned on the IOC. That's how they got chosen in the first place.