Biased verdict?

October 2012
Malay Mail;10/17/2012, p38
The article reports that Datuk Karim Ibrahim, former deputy-president of Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF), accused the independent panel who suspended him as biased. Ibrahim was found guilty of doping by the panel led by Tan Sri V. C. George. He noted that the panel only considered statements from athletes and coaches.


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