Bruce Francis has replied.

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JayJ20

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Are there any Bombers supporters out there that think this might be a good thing?

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It's done. Everyone moved on. Even with the sworn testimony, Dank has proven to be untrustworthy. He had all these years to assist and NOW he provides a sworn testimony years after careers were ruined and reputations damaged?

It won't amount to anything anyway and even if it does, we don't benefit from it.
 

Sector 7G

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Assuming you're talking about this:



It's done. Everyone moved on. Even with the sworn testimony, Dank has proven to be untrustworthy. He had all these years to assist and NOW he provides a sworn testimony years after careers were ruined and reputations damaged?

It won't amount to anything anyway and even if it does, we don't benefit from it.
Pages of Affidavits are working a treat for Rudi so Dank may as well give them a shot
 

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Anja_Nees

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Dank has been bankrupted, shot at and charged with fraud since the ASADA fiasco.

The idea that an affidavit sworn by him, which presumably contains his ‘recollections’ only and doesn’t exhibit any of the documents he said would exonerate the players seven years ago, will have any bearing now is pure fantasy.

Whole thing was sad but even most Essendon supporters have moved on. Really wonder what possesses people like this after all these years.
 

Satan

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New Essendon president Paul Brasher says the club won’t try and clear the names of players and staff who were caught up in the supplement saga, saying it would be “a distraction from our work on the field”.

Brasher has succeeded Lindsay Tanner as the Bombers president and in response to a question from a fan at Essendon’s virtual Annual General Meeting this week he said trying to change the outcome of the ASADA (now Sport Integrity Australia) investigation would not be in the club’s best interests.

“Members have heard me say before that our absolute focus is on winning games of football and putting this club in the best position to have on field success and not to have anything get in the way of that,” he said.

“We believe to revisit the ASADA decision to get involved in that again would be a distraction, it would be a distraction from our work on field and it’s something that we don’t intend to do.”

Stand by for a Bruce rant
 

Satan

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Lawyers for the AFL and Australian Sports Anti-Doping Association have agreed to share their Essendon doping investigation correspondence with former Test cricketer Bruce Francis, who is seeking exoneration for the 34 Bombers players who were suspended for breaching the WADA code.

Will Bruce find the Kraken?
 

owen87

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Lawyers for the AFL and Australian Sports Anti-Doping Association have agreed to share their Essendon doping investigation correspondence with former Test cricketer Bruce Francis, who is seeking exoneration for the 34 Bombers players who were suspended for breaching the WADA code.

Will Bruce find the Kraken?
Why on Earth would they give him this, it’ll just give him more air time
 

HairyO

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This release of info means nothing until Caro weighs in.

Or Tania shares her notes. Has Bruce asked for those as well?
 

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