Earlier this month, News Limited released all 1294 pages of transcript from ASADAs
investigation of, what it described as, Australian football's "greatest crisis", which revealed players had painful side-effects from the injections.
, on the other hand, has sent show-cause notices to 34 Essendon players (current and former) charging them with the use of banned substance peptide Thymosin Beta 4.
acting chief executive Richard Ings said measures adopted by the AFL contained every element his agency advocated and set an example to other
I can see its potential through all ASADA
departments and I have already experienced the advantages of being able to complete and get approval of a training form online.
According to the report, ASADA
will accept the doped Essendon players and will qualify for a WADA "no significant fault" discount, reducing the standard two-year ban to 12 months for use of prohibited substances.
The former ASDA chief said that ASADA
should have clarified a year ago that the anti-doping authority's response to the ACC's task was only the beginning.
The notice was sent after retired judge Garry Downes was appointed by the Federal Government in order to help ASADA
with this complex case.
will get new powers to conduct a "full and unhindered investigation.
With reputations tarnished along with the risk of losing a nation's trust, people who are associated with Essendon Football Club want nothing more than a swift resolution of the scandal brought about by the ASADA
The Asadas did not report the outbreak to local poultry health authorities as required by law for fear of losing business, the court ruled.