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January 21, 2013

Armstrong admits doping: ‘I’m a flawed character’

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CORBIN — “What do you want to say about Emma O’Reilly?” Winfrey asked.

“She, she’s one of these people that I have to apologize to. She’s one of these people that got run over, got bullied.”

“You sued her?”

“To be honest, Oprah, we sued so many people I don’t even,” Armstrong said, then paused, “I’m sure we did.”

Near the end of the first interview installment, Winfrey asked about a federal investigation of Armstrong that was dropped by the Justice Department without charges.

“When they dropped the case, did you think: ‘Now, finally over, done, victory’?”

Armstrong looked up. He exhaled.

“It’s hard to define victory,” he said. “But I thought I was out of the woods.”

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