Lance Armstrong IS under active criminal investigation by Federal authorities for lying and concealing his doping

Lance Armstrong IS under active criminal investigation by Federal authorities for lying and concealing his doping Shocking revelation comes as Armstrong tops list of America's most disliked athletesHe has also said that he will not be paying back the $12million he earned in bonuses during three of his seven Tour de France victories Armstrong admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he had doped By Daily Mail Reporter, Associated Press and Reuters Reporter PUBLISHED: 20:58 GMT, 5 February 2013 | UPDATED: 05:52 GMT, 6 February 2013 It has been revealed today that disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong is the subject of an active criminal investigation by Federal investigators. Off the hook: A lawyer overseeing the federal investigation into Lance Armstrong says there are no plans to charge him over the doping scandal The ex-Tour de France champion is potentially facing charges of obstruction, witness tampering and intimidation relating to the systematic cover-up of his drug-taking when he was competing. The revelation runs contrary to statements made today by the U.S.

Benefit cheat mother, 23, is now 64 a week better off after DWP rules she is entitled to MORE than the amount she was stealing

Benefit cheat mother, 23, is now 64 a week better off after DWP rules she is entitled to MORE than the amount she was stealing Claimed 64 a week illegally but is told she can now receive 130Worked for a clothes shop and NHS trust while claiming income supportHer lawyer described mitigation as 'most ridiculous' he had ever broughtOrdered to do 80 hours community service and pay 100 court costs , Macclesfield Magistrates' Court heard she would not have qualified for any payouts. Gibbons' lawyer Mr Julian Farley said: 'This case is extraordinary and perhaps an indictment of the benefits system. 'If you work out what the overpayment was on the income support over 11 months, it's about 66 per week of overpayment

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong sued by Sunday Times for 1million to recoup libel payout

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong sued by Sunday Times for 1million to recoup libel payout Sunday Times wants back the 300,000 they paid him in 2006, plus interestThey claim his original libel action was 'baseless and fraudulent'He is expected to lose out on 30million in sponsorship over next five years | UPDATED: 16:17 GMT, 24 December 2012 Cyclist Lance Armstrong is being sued by Sunday Times for the return of damages it paid him in 2006 Lance Armstrong is being sued by The Sunday Times for more than 1million after it lost a libel action to the disgraced cyclist for printing doping claims now known to be true. The Sunday Times paid Armstrong 300,000 in 2006 to settle a case after it reprinted claims from a book alleging that Armstrong had taken performance-enhancing drugs