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Armstrong Staff Member Appears Before Grand Jury in Doping Probe

LOS ANGELES -- A staff member for Lance Armstrong's Team Radioshack went Wednesday to the grand jury room at a federal courthouse where prosecutors are presenting evidence of alleged doping in pro cycling.Exercise physiologist Allen Lim was seen reporting to the grand jury room around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. He was greeted by an assistant U.S. attorney overseeing the probe, which has issued subpoenas and solicited testimony about whether Armstrong and other cyclists took banned substances.Lim also has ties to disgraced cyclist Floyd Landis, who accused him in an e-mail earlier this year of helping him cheat during his career. Lim has denied the allegations put forward by Landis, who was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France title for doping.Grand juries meet in closed session and testimony is sealed. It was unclear how much time Lim spent before the panel, which broke for the day late Wednesday. Lim did not return a call seeking comment.Armstrong, who won the Tour a record seven times, has ...

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