Ethan Switch - Friday, 17 March 2006
Cultural drug awareness heightens with every major sporting event. Even that of the Commonwealth Games. Cleaner than others for the most part, the Australians aim to lead by example when competing raw without juices of a supplementary nature coursing through their blue ring veins.
Anti-doping authorities are setting in their sights to clear and clean out the trafficking within, at least, the weightlifting squad. Scoring a fit hit of substances and suspicious items at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority were none too sure on the evidence as proof.
Kicking around vials and syringes, claims of no wrongdoings by the weightlifters will no doubt see not the destruction of goods.
Sadly, for people in Bali looking to sneak a share of smoking grass, the prosecution set alight the evidence and marijuana used to convict Schappelle Corby toward her 20 year sentence. With all documentation flaming like pink chiffon, Corby's lawyer, Erwin Siregar, is all set for what will be an extraordinary appeals process.