American Floyd Landis, who was stripped of his victory in the 2006 Tour
de France for doping, and his coach Arnie Baker have been ordered to
stand trial in France for computer hacking.
Landis and Baker are subject to an international arrest warrant and
stand charged of "fraudulently breaking into a computer system",
according to lawyer Frederik-Karel Canoy, who is acting on the behalf of
the Vivendi media company.
Both Landis and Baker are suspected of illegally obtaining documentation
from the French Anti-Doping Laboratory (LNDD) in a bid to contest the
American rider's positive test results from stage 16 of the 2006 Tour de
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