Sport Cycling. Two year sentence against Bernard Sainz, nicknamed "Dr. Mabuse"
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two years in prison and fined € 30,000 were required Monday, November 29 against the "naturopath" Bernard Sainz, aka "Dr. Mabuse" of cycling, judged by the Paris court for illegally practicing medicine and pharmacy and incitement to doping. The decision was taken under advisement to 17 January.
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Two years in prison and fined € 30,000 were required Monday, November 29 against the "naturopath" Bernard Sainz, aka "Dr. Mabuse" of cycling, judged by the Paris court for illegally practicing medicine and pharmacy and incitement to doping. The decision was taken under advisement to 17 January.
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"Mr. Sainz claims to have (given to athletes) only nutritional advice, including fasting ... That's true, but he also provided advice and guidance on the doping protocols" , supported the prosecutor in his requisitions.
"It is dangerous to society"
Regarding the illegal practice of medicine, offense "most serious" , the representative of the prosecutor recalled that Bernard Sainz did not hesitate to "adviser" of "vulnerable persons", sometimes asking them "stop treatment" recommended by their doctor, including for cancer patients. ALSO READ
"On instructions from Mr. Sainz, patients have lied to their doctor," she said. "Imagine that you learn that you have a disease that engages your prognosis. Someone says, "drinking these drops while fasting for three days, eating grapefruits you will heal and I have almost 100% success" ... Do not you go, you also try the shot ? "Questioned the prosecutor. Of course yes, it's human. "But if
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" Mr. Sainz could well believe in its precepts, it is dangerous to society ", she said. Stressing that Mr. Sainz
was "more accessible to stay" because of his prior convictions, the prosecutor also asked the accused, aged 78, was struck by a "definitive professional banning" in the field of health and sports. In
against former cyclist Herbreteau Loïc, 45, suspected of being related sports with Mr. Sainz, the prosecutor requested nine-month suspended sentence and a fine of 5000 € for "using the use of drugs."
"The folder is empty" as defense
The Crown sought six months suspended sentence and € 8,000 fine against the former actor Pierre-Marie Carlier, 56, on trial for putting his son Alexis, semi-professional cyclist, contact Bernard Sainz "to enhance athletic performance" .
For its part, the defense argued that "the folder is empty" , arguing that Mr. Sainz "Let believe" in platoons that were doping was not to lose his renowned guru. In fact, told me Hector Bernardini, his client asked only to cyclists "respect extremely strict lifestyle." The coded language to discuss doping products is "fantasy" , the lawyer said. "Everything is based on hearsay."
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Former amateur racer, present in the world of cycling since he joined as assistant athletic director Gan Mercier team, Bernard Sainz has long had the reputation of a guru constantly flirting with the limits but enjoying good relations in the bunch. ALSO READ
On his website he highlights the care that was provided to big names of cycling in the 1960s and 1970s as Poulidor Guimard and Bernard Thevenet, twice winner Tour de France (1975, 1977). Later, he also rubbed the French Philippe Gaumont, guilty of doping and died in 40 years after a heart attack, and Frank Vandenbroucke, the enfant terrible of Belgian cycling, died at 34 after a career marked by doping scandals and drugs.
He was convicted in 2014 on appeal in Paris two years in prison, twenty months suspended, including incitement to doping and illegal practice of medicine, in a case that had splashed the cycling scene in the 1990
In February 2019, the court of appeal of Caen sentenced him to 12 months suspended sentence and fined € 2000 in another case in the semi-pro and amateur cycling scene.
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