Landis' Suit Could Nail Lance

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While Attorney General Eric Holder considers whether Lance Armstrong should trade his yellow bracelets for silver handcuffs, there is a compelling argument for the feds to take on the disgraced cyclist by joining the whistleblower lawsuit cyclist Floyd Landis filed against his embattled teammate: The lawsuit itself.

The Daily News has obtained and reviewed the sealed lawsuit Landis filed under the False Claims Act, a 33-page document that accuses Armstrong and his associates at Tailwind Sports of defrauding the government out of millions of taxpayer dollars by operating a sophisticated doping program...

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