Stephen Dank has provided a sworn affidavit declaring never at his time at Essendon did he take possession of Thymosin Beta 4

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Anja_Nees

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It’s always oddly amusing watching the nuffies fire up every time some new ‘smoking gun’ emerges.

Any affidavit being sworn (particularly by someone with Dank’s issues) means SFA in isolation.

If he’d miraculously located the records he was sure Essendon had kept about what the players actually took it might be interesting, but then I’d love to see his explanation as to where they’ve been. Dean Wallis’s iPhone maybe?
 

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Rockwell

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It’s always oddly amusing watching the nuffies fire up every time some new ‘smoking gun’ emerges.

Any affidavit being sworn (particularly by someone with Dank’s issues) means SFA in isolation.

If he’d miraculously located the records he was sure Essendon had kept about what the players actually took it might be interesting, but then I’d love to see his explanation as to where they’ve been. Dean Wallis’s iPhone maybe?
Yes . He was found guilty of bring the game into dispute because he didn't keep records of what was injected.
If he's receptionist/nurse signed for the drugs, technically he didn't take possession of the drugs.

It just reminds me of bill Clinton " I did not have sexual relations with that woman "
 

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Yes . He was found guilty of bring the game into dispute because he didn't keep records of what was injected.
If he's receptionist/nurse signed for the drugs, technically he didn't take possession of the drugs.

It just reminds me of bill Clinton " I did not have sexual relations with that woman "
Spot on. If the drugs were legal that he injected why didn't he keep a record of them?
In my opinion they only time you wouldn't keep records of what was injected into players would be that if they illegal.
Just when you think this story is going away it rears it's ahead again and in my opinion there are certain people out there who have questions to answer. Fat Andy for starters.
 

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It's been 7 years. WADA is about to dispose the archive blood samples from 2012 at its Cologne storage plant.

Can Bruce Francis type out an emergency injunction application fast enough?

Can't believe we never had a Royal Commission into this. It's all connected man, the Freemasons, WADA, Opus Dei, Harold Holt.....
 

Anja_Nees

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It's been 7 years. WADA is about to dispose the archive blood samples from 2012 at its Cologne storage plant.
Reads like the opening of a B Grade sci-fi movie.

I kinda hope the nuffs fire up enough for it to hit the news again, only for nothing to come of it yet again.
 

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He's not that clever but he's definitely devious enough to have a fall guy for something like this. Technical "possession" no doubt.

If he was genuinely innocent and this was a witch hunt he'd have produced records showing as such by now. No reason not to keep records of vitamin supplements...only
 

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Can Bruce Francis type out an emergency injunction application fast enough?

Can't believe we never had a Royal Commission into this. It's all connected man, the Freemasons, WADA, Opus Dei, Harold Holt.....
And for benefit of Catoggio76 make sure Bomber Thompson's Armstrong Creek land deal is included. :moustache:
 

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